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Places Of The Mind British Watercolour Landscapes Is Not Merely A Catalogue, But Stands Alone As A Very Interesting Read The Lady Fascinating And Original Times Literary SupplementOne Of The Best Surveys Of British Landscape Painting You Are Likely To Find The ArtistThe Attempts By Artists Of The Victorian And Early Modern Period To Convey Not Merely The Physical Properties Of A Landscape But Also Its Emotional And Spiritual Impact Landscape As Places Of The Mind , As The Critic Geoffrey Grigson Put It Is The Focus Of This Fascinating New Study Of British Watercolours Produced Between And Drawing On The British Museum S Impressive Collection, This Book Explores Artists Spiritual Quests To Capture The Essence Of Landscape And Convey A Sense Of Place Artists Of The Later Th And Early Th Centuries Drew On Earlier Traditions But Developed And Extended The Genre Through Their Imaginative, Personal Responses To The Artistic, Cultural And Social Upheavals Of The Time Published To Coincide With An Exhibition At The British Museum, This Book Includes Works By Victorian Artists Edward Burne Jones, Dante Gabriel Rossetti And Edward Poynter And By Many Well Known Th Century Artists, Such As John And Paul Nash, Ben Nicholson And Henry Moore, Some Of Which Have Never Previously Been PublishedTable Of ContentsIntroduction The Tormentingly Elusive Art Of Drawing Landscape, Kim Sloan A New Golden Age The Modern Landscape Watercolour, Jessica Feather South Country And Other Imagined Places, Anna Gruetzner Robins Representation And Reality In West Country Landscapes, Sam Smiles Some Versions Of Pastoral, Frances Carey

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