In 1969, a 13-part documentary made <strong>Kenneth Clark</strong> high culture&rsquo;s classiest superstar. In his own mind he was just an aesthete, a mere popularizer

In 1969, a 13-part documentary made Kenneth Clark high culture&amp;rsquo;s classiest superstar. In his own mind he was just an aesthete, a mere
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In 1969, a 13-part documentary made Kenneth Clark high culture’s classiest superstar. In his own mind he was just an aesthete, a mere popularizer

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