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The Stuart court in Rome : the legacy of exile

Author: Edward T Corp; Visual Arts Research Institute, Edinburgh.
Publisher: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2003.
Series: Visual Arts Research Institute Edinburgh.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"When the Stuarts left Britain after the 'Glorious Revolution' they established an important court in exile, first in France, then most of the eighteenth century in Italy. Jacobites who could not hope to see their careers furthered at the Hanoverian court in London maintained their loyalty to James III, the 'King over the Water', and his son 'Bonnie Prince Charlie'.
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Genre/Form: Kongress
Biography
History
Congresses
Named Person: James, Prince of Wales; James, Prince of Wales; House of Stuart; House Stewart; James, Prince of Wales; House of Stuart; James Edward Stuart; Stuart, Familie.; Stuart (Familie)
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Edward T Corp; Visual Arts Research Institute, Edinburgh.
ISBN: 0754633241 9780754633242
OCLC Number: 52047668
Notes: "The papers contained in this book were delivered at a conference on 'The Stuart court in exile, 1689-1766,' which was organised to coincide with the Scottish National Portrait Gallery exhibition The king over the water"--Page [ix].
Conference sponsored by VARIE, the Visual Art Research Institute, Edinburg.
Description: xiii, 175 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 'Revirescit': the exilic origins of the Stuart oak motif / Eirwen E.C. Nicholson --
The image of the court: idealism, politics and the evolution of the Stuart Court, 12689-1730 / Daniel Szechi --
The financial vicissitudes of James III in Rome / Edward Gregg --
The Stuart presence at the opera in Rome / Jane Clark --
Mysterious Jacobite iconography / Victoria Thorpe --
The Stuarts' last secret: the children of Charlotte, Duchess of Albany / Peter Pininski --
The acquisition of Stuart silver and other relics by the Dukes of Hamilton / Godfrey Evans --
'For Stuart blood is in my veins' (Queen Victoria). The British monarchy's collection of imagery and objects associated with the exiled Stuarts from the reign of George III to the present day / Kathryn Barron.
Series Title: Visual Arts Research Institute Edinburgh.
Responsibility: edited by Edward Corp.
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This collection of essays attempts to move beyond the Jacobite debate by furthering our understanding of the Stuart Court in Rome, which is examined as a centre of cultural patronage, particularly of  Read more...

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