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Archive for November, 2008
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GCA’s South Studio
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Refreshments will be served
Richard Cameron talks about
THE NEOCLASSICAL DIVIDE
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
*Next in December: Patrick Connors on Eakins: Philadelphia School of Painting
|Noted architect Richard Cameron will discuss the legacy of Stuart & Revett’s seminal work, Antiquities of Athens and its important place in the debate over the ‘neo-classical divide’-a debate that continues to influence classical work today.|
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ARC is pleased to announce several articles on Albert Goodwin, a leading Victorian landscape painter, and protégé of John Ruskin (as was JMW Turner).
"for pure aesthetic delight an untouched sketch of Albert Goodwin’s on the spot is better than any finished drawing."
Click here to read ‘Bogie and the Professor’.
'It is a great relief in an exhibition like this', wrote the art critic of The Spectator in his review of the RWS Winter Exhibition of 1881, 'which is mainly one of the disciplined skill exerted in somewhat commonplace directions, to turn to pictures like Mr. Goodwin’s, wherein the poetic feeling is so strong as to make us forget the technical skill which the artist possesses'.