Ronald Paulson, 4 November 1993
Show More Painting for Money: The Visual Arts and the Public Sphere in 18th-Century England by David Solkin.
Yale, 312 pp., £40, July 1993, 0 300 05741 5Show More
“... who followed academic precepts, often slavishly but sometimes imaginatively (Reynolds, Wilson, Barry and West), and those whose paintings were, in important ways, anti-academic, or ‘English’: Hogarth himself, Zoffany, Wright of Derby, Stubbs, Gainsborough, Rowlandson and Blake. The second group all shared something of Hogarth’s anti-authoritarian ...”