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At the Soane Museum

Peter Campbell: Joseph Gandy

11 May 2006
... was limited: a house in Bath and work on Lancaster Crown Court and Shire Hall provide the most substantial remaining evidence of his limited practice. The writings he left are, judging by the account BrianLukacher gives of them in Joseph Gandy: An Architectural Visionary in Georgian England, voluminous but opaque, incoherent and cloudily speculative.* (When he entered into an ill-judged defence of his ...

Sans Sunflowers

David Solkin

7 July 1994
Nineteenth-Century Art: A Critical History 
by Stephen Eisenman, Thomas Crow, Brian Lukacher, Linda Nochlin and Frances Pohl.
Thames and Hudson, 376 pp., £35, March 1994, 0 500 23675 5
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... illuminating manner about Ingres, Géricault or Delacroix – there are no better chapters in Nineteenth-Century Art. Throughout the book, indeed, one finds critical writing of the highest standard: BrianLukacher’s discussions of William Blake and Henry Fuseli, and Eisenman’s chapters on Goya and Seurat, are especially good at striking a balance between sophistication and accessibility. Elsewhere ...

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