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William Powell Frith : the people's painter / edited by Richard Green and Jane Sellars.

London : Philip Wilson Publishers, 2019.
Physical Description:
192 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm
Reference Library
NJ18.F932 A12 2019 (LC) Oversize
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"Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'William Powell Frith: the People's Painter' at the Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate, 15 June-29 September 2019."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Terms:
Frith, William Powell, 1819-1909 -- Exhibitions.
Frith, William Powell, 1819-1909.
Frith, William Powell, 1819-1909.
Green, Richard, M.A., editor.
Sellars, Jane, editor.
Frith, William Powell, 1819-1909. Paintings. Selections.
Mercer Art Gallery, host institution.

  • Lenders
  • Introduction and Acknowledgements
  • Frith's Critical Fortune / Richard Green
  • Frith, Family Life and Friends:
  • Frith's Yorkshire Connections / Richard Green
  • In Frith's Studio
  • The Painter of Modern Life:
  • Victorians at Leisure: Ramsgates Sands / Caroline Arscott
  • Frith's Derby Day / Mark Bills
  • The Painter of Modern Life: London:
  • 'Frith's Grand Picture of the Railway Station Nightly Realized': the People's Painter in the People's Theatre / Robert Whelan
  • Private Views: William Powell Frith, Harry Furniss and Oscar Wilde / Anne Anderson
  • Frith and Writers, Past and Present:
  • Admiration and Sensation: William Powell Frith and Mary Elizbeth Braddon / Jane Sellars
  • Frith and Literature
  • Frith's 'Olden Time':
  • Friths Construction of an English Rural Idyll in the 'Olden Time' / Alex Werner
  • From Pictures to Print:
  • Art for All: Frith and the Print Trade, 1840-1890 / Donato Esposito.