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Peter DeWint 1784-1849: 'For the common observer of life and nature'
     

Peter DeWint 1784-1849: 'For the common observer of life and nature'

by John Lord (Editor), Peter Bower (Contribution by), Jim Cheshire (Contribution by), John Ellis (Contribution by), Ian Waites (Contribution by)
 
Peter DeWint was a watercolourist working in the nineteenth century. His speciality was the landscape in Lincolnshire, and his work reflects historical and social changes such as agrarian reform. He is associated with the Munro Circle, David Cox and John Constable. This book contains a series of essays discussing his career from various angles by established scholars,

Overview

Peter DeWint was a watercolourist working in the nineteenth century. His speciality was the landscape in Lincolnshire, and his work reflects historical and social changes such as agrarian reform. He is associated with the Munro Circle, David Cox and John Constable. This book contains a series of essays discussing his career from various angles by established scholars, and it also includes a full reprint of his wife's memoir which documents his life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780853319375
Publisher:
Ashgate Publishing, Limited
Publication date:
05/24/2007
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
9.80(w) x 10.63(h) x 0.98(d)

Meet the Author

Dr John Lord is a Senior Lecturer in the History of Art, Lincoln School of Art and Design, University of Lincoln. Peter Bower is a forensic paper historian and paper analyst and Visiting Research Fellow in the School of Advanced Studies, University of London. Dr Jim Cheshire is Lecturer in the History of Art and Design, Lincoln School of Art and Design, University of Lincoln. John Ellis is a Graduate Social Scientist currently researching Peter DeWint's Lincolnshire landscapes and is author of numerous publications on the artist including A Topographical Landscape by Peter DeWint OWS (1784–1849): The Cultural and Socio-Economic Context and Peter DeWint, Walter Christaller and the Carrier's Cart. Ian Waites is a Senior Lecturer and Subject Leader in the History of Art and Design, Lincoln School of Art and Design, University of Lincoln.

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