English accents : interactions with British art, c. 1776-1855 /
|Other Authors / Creators:||Payne, Christiana.|
Vaughan, William, 1943-
|Imprint:||Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, |
|Series:||British art and visual culture since 1750, new readings.
Table of Contents:
- Introduction: international cross-currents in an age of nationalism
- Americans in London: contemporary history painting revisited
- Papierkultur: the British print, history and modernity in Enlightenment Germany
- 'Everything English is the mode here'
- Russian reactions to British painting in the late 18th and early 19th centuries
- A view of New Holland: aspects of the colonial prospect
- 'A new people and a limited society'
- British art and the Spanish spectator
- A la recherche de l'école anglaise
- Lawrence, Wilkie and Martin, three British artists in Restoration France
- 'Consciously objective and moral'
- Hogarth and the political artist in Vormärz Germany
- American landscape painting and the European paradigm
- Slavs, Brits and the question of national identity in art
- Russian responses to British painting in the mid 19th century
- Unmistakably American? National myths and the historiography of landscape painting in the USA
- British art and its histories
- Select bibliography