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British Paintings at the Huntington

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Published by Yale University Press .
Written in English


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  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
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  • European,
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  • 18th century,
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  • Painting, British,
  • San Marino

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Edition Notes

ContributionsMelinda McCurdy (Contributor), Elizabeth Pergam (Contributor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages400
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10318711M
ISBN 100300090560
ISBN 109780300090567

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European Paintings The Huntington houses the most important collection of British grand manner portraiture outside the United Kingdom, including such celebrated works as Thomas Gainsborough’s The Blue Boy, Thomas Lawrence’s Pinkie, and Joshua Reynolds’s Sarah Siddons . Summary: Some of the most famous British paintings in the world are to be found at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, California. This book provides a catalogue of the Huntington paintings. eMuseum is a powerful web publishing toolkit that integrates seamlessly with TMS to bring dynamic collection content and images to your website, intranet, and kiosks. Works of "British Paintings" 41 to 60 of Works Previous / 8 Next. Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton, in a Straw Hat. George Romney. ca Henry Edwards Huntington. Oswald Hornby Joseph Birley. Arabella (Yarrington) Huntington. Oswald Hornby Joseph Birley. Isabella (Ingram) Seymour Conway, Viscountess Beauchamp, later.

British Paintings. Close. Refine Results. Department. European Art () Collections. British Paintings () Grand Manner Portraiture (45) Art Collectors' Council: - (4) Biblical Scenes (2) Artist / Maker. George Romney (16) THE HUNTINGTON LIBRARY, ART MUSEUM, AND BOTANICAL GARDENS. Works of "British Paintings" 61 to 80 of Works Previous / 8 Next. Young Man with Cap and Gown. Joseph Wright of Derby. British (2) Abraham van Blyenberch (1) Angelica Kauffman (1) Henry Edwards Huntington (1) Henry Erskine (1) Hon. Anne (Baston). Works of "British Paintings" to of Works Previous / 8 Next. Young Hobbinol and Ganderetta. Thomas Gainsborough. British (2) Abraham van Blyenberch (1) Angelica Kauffman (1) Henry Edwards Huntington (1) Henry Erskine (1) Hon. Anne (Baston). Library Collections. The Huntington's library collections are unparalleled in the fields of British and American history, literature, art, and the history of science, stretching from the 11th century to the present, and include 8 million manuscripts, , rare books, , reference books, , prints and ephemera, and , photographs.

One of the most iconic artworks in British and American history, The Blue Boy, made around by English painter Thomas Gainsborough (), underwent its first major technical examination and conservation treatment in public view, in a special satellite conservation studio set up in the west end of the Thornton Portrait Gallery in the Huntington Art Gallery. This weighty book is a catalog of the British paintings located in the Huntington Library. They include all of the familiar names such as Constable, Reynolds, Gainsborough, Romney and Lawrence. There are also a host of more minor artists, whose creations are of a variable standard.5/5. British Paintings at the Huntington by Asleson, Robyn. Yale University Press, 10/01/ Hardcover. Used; Good. **WE SHIP WITHIN 24 HRS FROM LONDON, UK, 98% OF OUR ORDERS ARE RECEIVED WITHIN DAYS. We believe you will be completely satisfied with our quick and reliable service. All orders are dispatched as swiftly as possible! Buy with confidence!. British art, the Huntington Library, was a major lender and co-host. An exhibition of such ambition was sure to raise hopes, and as no two curators would compile the same list of great British pictures in America, anyone with an interest in the field was bound to miss personal favourites. Add to this the inevitable refusal of certain loans and the.