The English School a Series of the Most Approved Productions in Painting and Sculpture Executed by British Artists from the Days of Hogarth to the Present Time With Notices in Engl and Fr

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A Century of Painters of the English School

With Critical Notices of Their Works, and an Account of the Progress of Art in
England Richard Redgrave, Samuel Redgrave. INDEX . KAUFFMAN ,
ANGELICA ... History Painters , the first of the English school , i . 186 ; progress of
their art , 533 ...

Author: Richard Redgrave

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The English School

A Series of the Most Approved Productions in Painting and Sculpture, Executed
by British Artists from the Days of Hogarth to the Present Time George Hamilton (
writer on art.) HIS MAJESTY GEORGE IV . George IV , King of Great Britain ...

Author: George Hamilton (writer on art.)

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A Dictionary of Artists of the English School

Painters, Sculptors, Architects, Engravers and Ornamentists: with Notices of Their
Lives and Work Samuel Redgrave. 1829. ... He was a member of the Society of
British Artists, and possessed much literary ability as an art-critic in the periodical
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Author: Samuel Redgrave

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The English School

A Series of the Most Approved Productions in Painting and Sculpture Executed
by British Artists from the Days of Hogarth to the Present Time G. Hamilton.
DESTRUCTION OF DANIEL ' S ENEMIES . The annexed subject is derived from
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Author: G. Hamilton

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The Flemish School of Painting

Edited by JOHN C . L . SPARKES , Principal of the National Art Training School ,
South Kensington Museum . “ The best , and indeed the only complete handbook
of the English School of Painting . ” - - Pall Mall Gozette . The English School of ...

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English Painting

Is there an English school of painting at all? Strictly speaking, the word school
applies only in a very imperfect manner to the growth of painting in England.
Generally it is used to designate a special collection of traditions and processes,
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Author: Ernest Chesneau

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The English school of painting was officially recognised at the beginning of the 18th century through the work of William Hogarth. It includes works by the most famous English artists, such as Thomas Gainsborough, Joseph Mallord William Turner, John Constable, Edward Burne- Jones, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. This subject is introduced with a very unique text, published in 1882: a French study of English pictorial art. The author, Ernest Chesneau, was highly-cultured, an art historian and inspector of Fine Arts. He explains the beginnings of this school which excels in portraiture and landscapes, and reminds us of the English brilliance regarding watercolours, not forgetting to include the work of the Pre-Raphaelites.

The Art Journal

S there an English school of painting ? To this question , posed by many foreign
writers upon Art , a negative answer has been almost uniformly given ; and ,
although some may admit the excellence of a few of our artists , it is only in
certain ...

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Masters in Art English school Reynolds through Wilkie American school

The English School of Painting FROM 1700 TEI ' HE English school of painting is
the latest national school that has risen in Europe , for the modern schools of
Germany and Belgium , though of still more recent date , should properly be ...

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Catalogue British School

of Albert Gregorius , a portrait painter , and sometime director of the Academy in
that city . ... at one time seemed likely to revolutionise pictorial taste in this country
and form a new school of British Art . But Brown , though he took a great interest ...

Author: Tate Gallery

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The British Quarterly Review

The English School of Painting . Catalogues of the Pictures in the International
Exhibition , 1862 . Not a hundred and fifty years ago , although England could
boast her noblest prose works , her unrivalled dramatists , her sweetest poetry ...

Author: Henry Allon

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The Magazine of Art

When the English school . I this portrait was first have , therefore , thought passed
in review by the it right to include him in Committee , it was seen the list . Again ,
coming that the face had evito a later date , we find dently been re - touched the ...

Author: Marion Harry Spielmann

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The British Quarterly Review

ART. WI–The English School of Painting. Catalogues of the Pictures in the
International Echibition, 1862. Not a hundred and fifty years ago, although
England could boast her noblest prose works, her unrivalled dramatists, her
sweetest poetry; ...

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British and Irish Paintings in Public Collections

An Index of British and Irish Oil Paintings by Artists Born Before 1870 in Public
and Institutional Collections in the United ... British Art by the Norfolk Museums
Service , 1976 Redgrave , Samuel , A Dictionary of Artists of the English School ...

Author: Christopher Wright

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300117301

Category: Art

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This book sets a new standard as a work of reference. It covers British and Irish art in public collections from the beginning of the sixteenth century to the end of the nineteenth, and it encompasses nearly 9,000 painters and 90,000 paintings in more than 1,700 separate collections. The book includes as well pictures that are now lost, some as a consequence of the Second World War and others because of de-accessioning, mostly from 1950 to about 1975 when Victorian art was out of fashion. By listing many tens of thousands of previously unpublished works, including around 13,000 which do not yet have any form of attribution, this book becomes a unique and indispensable work of reference, one that will transform the study of British and Irish painting.

The British School of Sculpture

Illustrated by Twenty Engravings from the Finest Works of Deceased Masters of
the Art, and Fifty Woodcuts, with a Preliminary Essay and Notices of the Artists
William Bell Scott. II . This book is a book of English Sculpture , illustrations of our
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Author: William Bell Scott

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The Miscellaneous Works The bee Essays An inquiry into the present state of polite learning in Europe Prefaces and introductions

The gentleman, when he comes to communicate his thoughts upon the different
schools of painting, may as well place Rubens at ... O. G. * The Objector will not
have Handel's school to be called an English school, because he was a German.

Author: Oliver Goldsmith

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Iconographic Encyclopaedia of Science Literature and Art

establishing an English School from meeting with success . In the next century
the first name that occurs of any Englislıman who had raised himself to eminence
as a painter is Sir James Thornhill , and he is less remarkable for himself than as
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Author: Johann Georg Heck

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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith

O . G. * The Objector will not have Handel's school to be called an English school
, because he was German . Handel ... excellent in his manner behind him ; I
should not scruple to call the school erected by him , the English school of
painting .

Author: Oliver Goldsmith

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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith

to erect in his room a foreigner ( Handel ) , who has not yet formed any school .
The gentleman , when he comes to communicate his thoughts upon the different
schools of painting , may as well place Rubens at the head of the English
painters ...

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The art journal London

The Turk- comprises the Fine Arts . But it is not a English school showed in
greater strength ish screen is , in itself , an epitome of history . little disappointing
to find that , after all , and volume at home , than in the foreign The pointed and
ogee ...

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