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Richmond Library Annexe (+ online)

Printing the Picturesque: the British landscape publishing boom

This talk examines how landscape prints promoted aesthetic appreciation of British scenery - and vice versa - as horizons, both geographical and artistic, expanded in the late Georgian period. more info below

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Printing the Picturesque: the British landscape publishing boom
Printing the Picturesque: the British landscape publishing boom

Time & Location

Feb 16, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT

Richmond Library Annexe (+ online), Quadrant Rd, Richmond TW9 1DH, UK

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About the Event

This talk examines how landscape prints promoted aesthetic appreciation of British scenery - and vice versa - as horizons, both geographical and artistic, expanded in the late Georgian period. At the height of the cult of the Picturesque tour, the impact of new printing techniques is considered during this golden age of watercolour painting.

delivered by Jasper Jennings

Jasper Jennings is an expert in eighteenth and nineteenth century European prints. After studying history at university, he worked in an antiquarian print shop in Covent Garden then a New York gallery, before dealing himself and exhibiting at international fairs. Jasper has written about printed collectables for Historic House, Barnebys and Antiques Trade Gazette.

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    £15.00
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