2 edition of George Romney : paintings in public collections found in the catalog.
George Romney : paintings in public collections
B. E. Maclean-Eltham
|Contributions||Romney, George, 1734-1802., Romney Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||63|
|ISBN 10||0952753006, 9527530|
George Romney was an English portrait painter. He was the most fashionable artist of his day, painting many leading society figures – including his artistic muse, Emma Hamilton, mistress of Lord Nelson. In his portraits Romney avoided delving into the character or sensibilities of the sitter. This magnificent catalogue, in three volumes and with nearly 2, illustrations, will restore George Romney (–) to his long-overdue position – with his contemporaries Reynolds and Gainsborough – as a master of 18th-century British portrait painting.
George Romney was a leading British portrait painter who became popular for his ability to create flattering images of his subjects regardless of personality. He began his career as a pupil of the portrait and genre painter Christopher Steele, and then toured northern England painting portraits. George ROMNEY () is an artist born in The oldest auction result ever registered on the website for an artwork by this artist is a drawing-watercolor sold in , at Sotheby's, and the most recent auction result is a painting sold in 's price levels for this artist are based on auction results.
Artist: George Romney, English, Title: Thomas Grove of Ferne, Wiltshire; Date: Medium: oil on canvas: Dimensions: Unframed: 49 × 39 inches ( Richard D. Altick, Paintings from Books: Art and Literature in Britain, (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, ) Kidson, George Romney n1; Hayley, Life of Romney See C. H. Collins Baker, Catalogue of the Petworth Collection of Pictures in the Possession of Lord Leconfield (London: Medici Society, )
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George Romney: Paintings in Public Collections. Kendal, England,p. Katharine Baetjer. "British Portraits in The Metropolitan Museum of Art." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 57 (Summer ), pp.
44–47, 66, ill. (color, overall and detail). Margery Morgan. "Katherine Read: A Woman Painter in Romney's London.". George Romney: paintings in public collections.
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George Romney: a complete catalogue of his paintings. [Alex Kidson; George Romney] -- "This magnificent catalogue, in three volumes and with nearly 2, illustrations, will restore George Romney () to his long-overdue position - with his contemporaries Reynolds and.
Romney's output was very large and his paintings are in many collections in Britain and the USA (in the period from about to the First World War he was a particular favourite of American collectors and his work often fetched huge sums at this time, as well.
Featured Artist Rana Begum RA Elect (b. ) About. About the Academy; Royal Academicians; Collection and research; George Romney, by Rowley Cleeve. Rowley Cleeve. RA Collection: Book Record number 13/ Author Rowley Cleeve. Imprint London: G.
Bell & sons, Romney Paintings in Public Collections by Barry Maclean Eltham. This was published in and is a list and description of all Romney’s known paintings in galleries and houses open to the public. George Romney [English Painter, ] Guide to pictures of works by George Romney in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
George Romney. Date: Accession Number: Apollo and the Muses. View public collections. Collection Info British Paintings. Explore sixteenth-to mid-twentieth-century paintings from Britain, featuring notable works by Reynolds, Gainsborough, Constable, and Turner.
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One of England’s leading portrait painters of the late 18th century, George Romney was a very fashionable painter who produced some 2, paintings during his career. Seen as a rival to Sir Joshua Reynolds () and later Thomas Gainsborough (), the demand for Romney’s portraits diverted him from his desired career, that of a.
- Explore Jelena Rizvanovic's board "GEORGE ROMNEY", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Romney, George, Portrait pins. George Romney. Date: Accession Number: The Announcement to the Shepherds. View public collections. Collection Info European Paintings Collection Highlights.
Explore a selection of the MFA's holdings of over 1, paintings from across Europe, featuring masterworks from the middle ages to the mid-twentieth century. For a description of Blake's engraved reproduction of Romney's The Shipwreck, see Essick.
Tinker Lib. Essick, R.N. William Blake's commercial book illustrations, p. Includes "An elegy on the death of George Romney" and "Epistles to Romney", both in verse. BAC: British Art Center copy bound in half calf and marbled boards.
Romney was a prolific and successful artist who moved to London from Lancashire in Confident in painting portraits as well as history paintings, he was a rival of Sir Joshua portrait was painted in when Romney was fifty and staying at Eartham, the home of. Paintings Birth Place: Dalton-in-Furness (Cumbria, England, United Kingdom) Biography: George Romney was a celebrated English portrait painter in the mid and late s.
He painted many leading figures in society, and his favorite muse was Lord Nelson's mistress Emma Hamilton. Romney was born in Beckside in Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire on Decem He proved to be an indifferent.
InRomney entered his painting, "The Death of General Wolfe", into a Royal Society of Arts competition. According to friends of Romney, he was awarded the second prize of 50 guineas but this was later to reduced to 25 guineas on questionable grounds.
It is said that Sir Joshua Reynolds himself was the prime mover behind this decision, a fact which may have accounted for the lifelong. Aug 8, - Explore Trinity Antiques's board "George Romney", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Romney, George, 18th century fashion pins.
The Dallas Museum of Art announced today the reattribution of the painting, Young Man with a Flute, to the artist George Romney. The work of art has been in the Museum’s collections for nearly 25 years and entered it in as part of a bequest of Mrs.
Sheridan Thompson. At the time of the painting’s acquisition, the artist was unknown but the painting was thought to be by the American. Bibliography Ward, Humphry and William Roberts.
Romney. 2 vols. London, ; Preliminary Catalogue of Paintings and Sculpture. George Romney (illustrator). 58 b&w plates with images. Faint 1/4" spot on back cover and very minor wear on edges of spine, book is otherwise mint - clean, tight, appears unread.
Seller Inventory # .George Romney was an English portrait painter. He was the most fashionable artist of his day, painting many leading society figures – including his artistic muse, Emma Hamilton, mistress of Lord Nelson. In his portraits Romney avoided delving into the character or sensibilities of the sitter.
His great success with his society patrons depended largely on just this ability for dispassionate.Artwork page for ‘Emma Hart as Circe’, George Romney, c This unfinished, life-size sketch in oil paint represents the year-old Emma Hart (–) in the character of the sorceress Circe from Greek mythology.
This painting was one of the first of Romney’s numerous portraits of Hart, which often represent her as characters from myth and literature.