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Thomas Rowlandson: Pleasures and Pursuits in Georgian England Hardcover – 30 Dec 2010
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'Phagan's catalogue entries are informative and insightful, and the generous, crisp colour images invite the sort of attentive viewing Rowlandson's prints originally would have solicited' --Choice
About the Author
Patricia Phagan is Philip and Lynn Straus Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center and the co-author of 'The American Scene and the South: Paintings and Works on Paper, 1930-1946' (1996) and 'Images of Women in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art: Domesticity and the Representation of the Peasant' (1996). Vic Gatrell is Life Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, and the author of 'City of Laughter: Sex and Satire in Eighteenth-Century London' (2006) and 'The Hanging Tree: Execution and the English People 1770-1868' (1994). Amelia Rauser is Associate Professor of Art History at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and author of 'Caricature Unmasked: Irony, Authenticity and Individualism in Eighteenth-Century English Prints' (2008).
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Wonderful to see Rowlanson given his due as an artist. Excellent reproduction quality of some of the funniest satire ever.
I wonder if an artist of today could get away with some of the drawings in this book.