RICHARD WILSON (1714–1782) AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF EUROPEAN LANDSCAPE PAINTING │ National Museum of Art, Cardiff → 26 October 2014

“Ɖs mêjr lounexibišn mācs ɖ 300ʈ anivrsri v ɖ brʈ v Ričd Wilsn (1714-1782), phps Wêlz’z grtst ātist.

Bfr Wilsn, Britiš ātists pêntd ɖ landscep t rcwd its apiṛns. Wilsn šôd hâ landscep̓êntñz cd hv leyrz v mīnñz n cnve mūd n imošnz tù.

Jrñ ɖ 1750z, Wilsn travld t Iṭli n hiz xpirı̣ns ɖr trnsfwmd hiz wrc. Ɖ xibišn xaminz ɖ mni Yṛpiyn ātists h met n ɖ travlñ Britiš pêtṛnz hu bwt hiz wrc. It olso xplorz hâ h aplîd hiz ny vižn v landscep̓êntñ in Ñgḷnd n Wêlz, n hâ h mācitd hiz landscep̓āt ʈru ɖ Lundn prințrêd.

Fîṇli ɖ xibišn šoz hâ h xrtd a pârfl inflụns upn ɖ āt v Jon Cunsṭbl, J.M.W. Trnr n ɖer cntmprriz in Britn n Yṛp.

Ɖ xibišn hz bn coōġnîzd wɖ ɖ Yêl Sentr fr Britiš Āt, Ny Hêvn, C̣netic̣t, YSA.”

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Stīvn Moris, Đ GĀDỊN, 3 Jlî 2014
Robin Blêc, Đ FNANŠL TÎMZ, 24 Jlî 2014
Rodric Conwe Moris, Đ SPECTETR, 16 Ōġst 2014
Jon Baṛl, Đ LUNDN RVY V BCS, 25 Septmbr 2014

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