English watercolours of the 18th & 19th centuries.

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Published by Leger Galleries in [London] .

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  • Watercolor painting, English -- Exhibitions.

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Other titlesEnglish watercolours of the 18th and 19th centuries., English watercolours of the eighteenth and ninenteenth centuries.
GenreExhibitions.
ContributionsLeger Galleries.
The Physical Object
Pagination[10] p. ;
Number of Pages10
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Open LibraryOL18609836M

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British Watercolours The Landscape Genre. The rise of watercolour painting in Britain was closely tied to a growing acceptance in 18th century Britain of 'landscape' as an appropriate subject for painting. In the s one writer, Edward Norgate, noted that landscape was an art so new to England that he could not 'find it a name'.

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The first of these includes portraitists, genre. The establishment of exhibition societies was one of the great innovations in artistic life in 18th-century Britain. The Society of Artists opened in and the Royal Academy held its first exhibition in Watercolours at these early exhibitions were exhibited as 'drawings' which had been 'stained' or 'tinted'.

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