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eBook The Diary of Joseph Farington: Volume 5, August 1801-March 1803, Volume 6, April 1803-December 1804 (The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) ePub

eBook The Diary of Joseph Farington: Volume 5, August 1801-March 1803, Volume 6, April 1803-December 1804 (The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) ePub

by Kathryn Cave,Joseph Farington

  • ISBN: 0300024185
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Kathryn Cave,Joseph Farington
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paul Mellon Centre BA (September 10, 1979)
  • Pages: 2
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Start by marking The Diary of Joseph Farington: Volume 5, August .

Start by marking The Diary of Joseph Farington: Volume 5, August 1801-March 1803, Volume 6, April 1803-December 1804 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. His diary, now for the first time being published in full, is an in Joseph Farington (1747-1821) was a professional topographical artist who lived most of his life in London. Farington provides much material on French art and artists, notably on David and his pupils, and on the works of art looted from other parts of Europe, especially from Italy, which were on view in the Louvre. There are vivid descriptions of Napoleon and of the atmosphere of Paris during the Consulate.

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The Diary Of Joseph Farington, Volumes I and II. Volume 1 July 1793- December 1794. Evelyn Newby was archivist at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art until her retirement in 1997.

For over fifty years the diary of Joseph Farington – topographer, academician and formidable art politician – has been recognised as an invaluable source of information about English artists of the Romantic period

For over fifty years the diary of Joseph Farington – topographer, academician and formidable art politician – has been recognised as an invaluable source of information about English artists of the Romantic period. Running from 1793, when the compiler was 46, to his death 28 years later, it covers one of the most exciting times in the history of British painting

Master: The Farington diaries. Volume 6, December 1st 1799 - June 1st 1803

Master: The Farington diaries. Volume 6, December 1st 1799 - June 1st 1803. Item: The Farington diaries. This diary, the sixth of sixteen volumes, written by the artist Joseph Farington between 1793 and his death in 1821 provides an excellent insight into daily life in the London art community at the end of the eighteenth century. Farington's diary is an invaluable source for this period, primarily due to his meticulous recording of events ranging from various dinners, the weather, and meetings of the Royal Academy to his own commissions for numerous publications and wider European events.

ISBN13:9780300031249. Release Date:September 1983.

Farington, Joseph, 1747-1821, Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain), Artists - England, Arts, English, England - Civilization 18th .

Farington, Joseph, 1747-1821, Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain), Artists - England, Arts, English, England - Civilization 18th century, England - Civilization 19th century. V. January 9, 1808, to December 21, 1809, with frontispiece and thirteen other illustrations - Vol. VI. January 13, 1810, to June 9, 1811, with frontispiece and twelve other illustrations - Vol. VII.

London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 1979.

Joseph Farington, Evelyn Newby. Joseph Farington (1747-1821) was a professional landscape and topographical artist. Through his extensive involvement in the affairs of the Royal Academy and his wide circle of friends he was extraordinarily well-informed about the affairs of his day. His diary, which he kept meticulously from 1793 until his death, was published by Yale University Press in sixteen volumes between 1978 and 1984

Joseph Farington (1747-1821) was a professional topographical artist who lived most of his life in London. Through his extensive involvement in the affairs of the Royal Academy, his wide circle of friends, and his membership in several clubs and societies, he touched the life of his times at many points. His diary, now for the first time being published in full, is an invaluable source for the history of English art and artists.In this third pair of volumes, the chief interest is provided by Farington’s account of his visit to Paris, in company with Fuseli, during the Peace of Amiens in 1802. West, Opie, Flaxman, Hoppner, and Turner were among the other English artists who visited Paris at the same time, as did Charles James Fox and his followers. Farington provides much material on French art and artists, notably on David and his pupils, and on the works of art looted from other parts of Europe, especially from Italy, which were on view in the Louvre. There are vivid descriptions of Napoleon and of the atmosphere of Paris during the Consulate. During these years Farington also undertook tours of the Lake District, Scotland, and the Wye valley. He portrays in detail the pre-Regency society of these years, ranging from the small change of gossip and social life to the serious matters of art and politics.