By William T. Whitley
Paintings in England, 1821-1837 / Искусство Англии 1821-1837 гг. КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО, ЖИВОПИСЬ и РИСОВАНИЕ Автор: William T. Whitley Название: paintings in England, 1821-1837 / Искусство Англии 1821-1837 гг. Издательство: Cambridge college Press Год: 1930 Формат: pdf (rar + 5%) Размер: 41.93 Мб Язык: АнглийскийIts item is to offer details, extra to that already released in books at the topic, about the heritage of artwork in England from 1821 to 1837 whilst the Victorian period commenced.Книга об искусстве Англии начала Викторианской эпохи.0
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He says of Soult s famous collection " ", : The pictures were the finest of those of Murillo, and were larger than any had ever seen of the Master. I was exceedingly pleased and gratified by them, but was no less interested by this sort of opportunity of meeting so distinguished a man as Soult. His manner and tone were exceedingly goodhumoured, and when he spoke to me even familiar.
The Dibdin, bibliographer, who saw the picture again at the on the first day of the exhibition. It was on the Academy hung centre of the best wall, above the fireplace. "The pressure to see he says, "was prodigious, and the picture being placed on it", a level with the eye, everybody chose to exercise the nose also. " applied vain to Howard, the Academy Secretary, for protection to be given to his work. Wilkie went again to the on the Academy was witness to such a scene in following day, and, he says: front of my picture as convinced me that it was in imminent "I 30 WILKIE S PICTURE PROTECTED 35 He then wrote to the President, Sir Thomas Lawrence, danger in the strongest terms, demanding, not as a favour but as a right, that a railing should be put up.
Sir Thomas s female portraits are, as usual, his best, especially that of Lady Louisa Lamb ton, which is one of the most pleasing portraits we have ever seen. The Princess Charlotte, however, is a sad business. Her Royal Sir the last, Highness may have been pale, but there have been boiled. is no reason why she should appear to The critic of the London who Chronicle, is the only writer to express his regret at the absence of Turner, says nothing about Constable, although he showed this year the best known and the most discussed of all his pictures.