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By Peter de Bolla, N. Leask, D. Simpson

Over the past two decades, critics and historians of the past due eighteenth-century have constructed a multidisciplinary method of the historical past of tradition. This discussion among literary critics and theorists, artwork historians and social historians is remapping the family among tradition and society, politics and aesthetics, legislations and illustration. those essays via twelve the world over identified students return"Taste" to a principal place within the dialogue of state, tradition and aesthetics within the interval.

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Walker, 1798), p. 250n. In this note Price is making a comparison with nearby Wollaton Hall, ‘a house, which for the riches of its ornaments in the near view, and the grandeur of its masses from every point, yields to few, if any, in the kingdom’. It is interesting that Turner’s only surviving sketches in the neighbourhood of Nottingham from his 1790 tour are of Wollaton Hall (‘Matlock’ sketchbook, D00246–7) but they were not worked up into designs for publication. 34 Reforming Landscape: Turner and Nottingham 22 J.

2 (Hereford: D. Walker, 1798), p. 250n. In this note Price is making a comparison with nearby Wollaton Hall, ‘a house, which for the riches of its ornaments in the near view, and the grandeur of its masses from every point, yields to few, if any, in the kingdom’. It is interesting that Turner’s only surviving sketches in the neighbourhood of Nottingham from his 1790 tour are of Wollaton Hall (‘Matlock’ sketchbook, D00246–7) but they were not worked up into designs for publication. 34 Reforming Landscape: Turner and Nottingham 22 J.

59; Shanes, Turner’s Picturesque Views, pp. 38–9. 37 Shanes, Turner’s Picturesque Views, pp. S. W. Turner: Romantic Painter of the Industrial Revolution (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1997), pp. 107–13. 38 Shanes, Turner’s Picturesque Views, pp. 18–23; E. T. ), Landscape and Power (Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1994), pp. 103–26. 39 J. Coney, Architectural Beauties of Continental Europe in a Series of Views of Remarkable Ancient Edifices, Civil and Ecclesiastical, in France, the Low Countries, Germany and Italy (London: J.

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