Chapter 18 • Revolutions of Industrialization



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• Hine, as a social campaigner, would likely point out the romanticized aspects of Crowe’s painting; question the choice of a leisure setting rather than a factory work scene; and point out the lack of urban squalor.

• Crowe might question the aesthetic values of Hine’s photo.

• Hines and Crowe might have agreed that the working class were worthy of depiction, and that such depictions provide an opportunity to raise awareness among elites of the factory workers’ lives.



Q. Notice the male figure smoking a pipe. What do you think his role in the factory might be?




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