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Distant View of Pevensey Bay, the Landing Place of King William the Conqueror

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Description: Distant View of Pevensey Bay, the Landing Place of King William the Conqueror
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Description: Landscape Imagery and Urban Culture in Early Nineteenth-Century Britain
~The particular character of British art culture in the early nineteenth century, when compared with that of France, seems explainable largely through economic and institutional factors. The absence in Britain of any significant state direction in the Fine Arts or even of a national collection until 1824, the autonomy of the Academy as a professional body...
PublisherYale University Press
Related print edition pages: pp.292-300
https://doi.org/10.37862/aaeportal.00073.015

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