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By William T. Whitley

Its item is to provide info, extra to that already released in books at the topic, in regards to the background of artwork in England from 1821 to 1837 whilst the Victorian period commenced.
/Книга об искусстве Англии начала Викторианской эпохи/.

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The most daring puerile imbecility, than violations of nature, consistency, truth and propriety; the most grotesque conceits, the most unbounded extravagances, horror and loathsomeness, are here embodied under the extraordinary name of Allegory. some who praised and affected to gigantic work, which was afterwards pre Nevertheless there were understand Ward s sented by the British Institution to the Royal Hospital at Chelsea, where it was hung in the hall without stretcher or frame. J. T. Smith saw it there, with the lower half projecting over a gallery and the upper part forming an inclined plane on which the dust had settled.

It was afterwards taken down and rolled up, and remained thus until 1879, when it was handed over to the artist s son, George Raphael Ward, the engraver. Two exhibitions of this season that call for notice of the works of John Glover and the landscape painters. The were those Thomas Christopher Hofland, first-named was the artist whom Constable mentions sarcastically as "our own Glover 53 a man , extremely successful in his day, and with a good opinion of his own work, as he showed at his exhibition by challenges to Claude and Richard Wilson.

Of the articles on the Norwich artists was while with him that drome s talent was first elicited, when of Mutton, probably he painted the signs of inns the Shoulder the Labour in Vain, and a third I remember to have seen at Mr Finch s sale. Painting was a passion pervading Crome s mind even in death. I remember his eldest son, John Bernay Crome, telling me that Hobbema was one of the last words he uttered". Though uneducated his home surroundings were have supposed, for in perhaps more cultured than his biographers It 1818 the above-mentioned John Bernay Crome, then beginning to tread in his father s footsteps in art, read a paper, "Remarks on Painting as connected with Poetry at one of the meetings 5 , of the Norwich Philosophical Society.

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