return to order

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[from the French retour à l'ordre]

A phrase used to describe art in the immediate post-Great War era which was deemed to eschew the ‘corrupting’ influence of modern movements such as Cubism, and to return art, primarily French art, to its classical, traditional, and most specifically non-German, spirit.

Subjects: Art.

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