Clarence C. Cook (1828-1900) was a prominent American author and art critic. Born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, Cook graduated from Harvard in 1849 and settled in New York City. His other titles include The House Beautiful: Essays on Beds and Tables, Stools and Candlesticks and Art and Artists of Our Time.
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