19thC Exhibitions and Art Markets

(These are notes of a course given at Birkbeck College by Carol Jacobi in 2005/2006)

19thC Exhibitions and Art Markets

Slide 1: William Powell Frith, ‘The Derby Day’ 1856-8

Slide 2: Sir David Wilkie, ‘Chelsea Pensioners Reading the Waterloo Dispatch’ 1822

Slide 3: ‘Art on the Line’ exhibition, Somerset House: view of the Great Room, north wall

Slide 4: ‘Art on the Line’ exhibition, Somerset House: view of the Great Room, west and north walls(image not found)

Slide 5: Pietro Martini after J.H. Ramberg, ‘The Exhibition of the Royal Academy’ 1787

Slide 6: Sir George Scharf, ‘The Royal Academy Exhibition of 1828’ 1828(image not found)

Slide 7: John Constable, ‘The Opening of Waterloo Bridge’ 1832

Oil on canvas

24 3 / 8 x 39 in (62 x 99 cm)

Yale Center for British Art, New Haven

Slide 8: J.M.W. Turner, ‘Helvoetslys’ 1832

Slide 9: J.M.W. Turner, ‘Snow Storm: Hannibal and his Army Crossing the Alps’ 1812

Slide 10: Thomas Gainsborough, ‘The Three eldest Princesses’ 1784

Slide 11: ‘Art on the Line’ exhibition, Somerset House: view of the Great Room, west wall

Slide 12: Thomas Gainsborough, ‘The Royal Family’ 1783(image not found)

Slide 13: William Powell Frith, ‘Private View at the Royal Academy’ 1881(image not found)

Slide 14: Richard Earlom after Charles Brandoin, ‘The Exhibition of the Royal Academy’ 1771(image not found)

Slide 15: John Martin, ‘Belshazzar’s Feast’ 1821

Slide 16: Benjamin Robert Haydon, ‘Christ’s Entry into Jerusalem’ 1820

Slide 17: William Blake, ‘Sir Jeffery Chaucer and the Nine and Twenty Pilgrims on their Journey to Canterbury’ 1808(image not found)

Slide 18: William Holman Hunt, ‘The Finding of the Saviour in the Temple’ 1862

Slide 19: William Powell Frith, ‘The Railway Station’ 1862

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