Peacock, Carlos, Richard Parkes Bonington , 1980
Richard Parkes Bonington / Carlos Peacock.
- New York : Taplinger Pub. Co., 1980.
- Physical Description:
- 109 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 x 26 cm
- Reference LibraryNJ18.B65 P43 1980 (LC) OversizeAccessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 107-109) and index.
"Richard Parkes Bonington was not only one of the most brilliant draftsmen in the whole history of art, he also was the bridge between the English and french schools of romanic painting--that stylistic fusion that was crucial to the future development of impressionism. Here, Carlos Peacock restores Bonington to his rightful position as one of the pioneers of modern art."--Publisher's description.
- Subject Terms:
- Artists -- England -- Biography.Artists.Bildnis.Bonington, Richard Parkes, 1801-1828.Bonington, Richard Parkes, 1801-1828.Bonington, Richard Parkes, 1801-1828.Bonington, Richard Parkes.England.
- The Romanic movement. The birth of the English water-colourist
- The early life of Bonington. Bonington's progress in France ; The influence of Louis Francia
- Bonington's development as a painter. Bonington's apprenticeship with Gros ; The visit to England ; Bonington's return to France ; The trip to Italy
- Bonington's last years. Return to England ; Bonington's approach to his art ; The personal quality of Bonington's art
- Bonington's lithographs.