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This catalog accompanies an exhibition of watercolors from the National Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum. A selection of one hundred works are illustrated and discussed, ranging from the mid-eighteenth century to the mid-twentieth century and showing the wealth and variety of this often neglected sphere of British painting. Through a critical reading of the works, Johnson examines and challenges notions of the relations between painting and history, criticism and theory.Read more
- Published to coincide with an exhibition of Watercolours from the National Collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum from 26th January until 15th May
- Contains some of the finest examples of British watercolours by Turner, Cotman, Gainsborough, etc and ranging from 1750–1950
- New and innovative approach to the subject reflecting the latest concerns in art history
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- Date Published: February 1994
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521449274
- length: 270 pages
- dimensions: 275 x 217 x 22 mm
- weight: 1.176kg
- contains: 100 b/w illus. 16 colour illus.
- availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from TBC
Table of Contents
1. Events on the horizon
2. Surveying the city
3. Domains of drama
4. Prospects of the past
5. Thresholds of the domestic
6. Thresholds of the foreign
7. Picturesque prospects
8. Varieties of Victorian prospects
9. Various thresholds: Flower paintings and still life subjects
10. Prospects and interiors post 1900.
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