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Gainsborough at Gainsborough's House

Author: Hugh Belsey; Thomas Gainsborough
Publisher: London : Paul Holberton, 2002.
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Perhaps the greatest of all English artists, Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) was born in the small town of Sudbury on the river Stour in Suffolk. His house is now both a museum and a research center for Gainsborough studies. It holds an outstanding collection of paintings, drawings, prints, books, and memorabilia relating to the artist and his time. This book presents both the highlights of this collection, which  Read more...
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Belsey, Hugh.
Gainsborough at Gainsborough's House.
London : Paul Holberton, 2002
(OCoLC)606939404
Named Person: Thomas Gainsborough; Thomas Gainsborough; Thomas Gainsborough
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Belsey; Thomas Gainsborough
ISBN: 1903470064 9781903470060 1903470056 9781903470053
OCLC Number: 50434589
Description: 144 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm.
Contents: A Foreword from Gainsborough Country --
Paintings by Thomas Gainsborough --
Drawings and Prints --
Manuscripts and Memorabilia --
Works by Other Artists.
Responsibility: Hugh Belsey.

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Belsey, the curator of Gainsborough House and a specialist on the painter, has assembled a handsome catalog of drawings and paintings by Gainsborough, and some by his followers and contemporaries,  Read more...

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