Painters in a New Land by Michael Bell PDF

By Michael Bell

This is the landscape of a brand new land — early forts, cities, and villages, photos and social scenes — as depicted in additional than 200 infrequent sketches and watercolours from eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Canada. The work and drawings, drawn from surviving visible documents, comprise works via artists starting from girl amateurs and army officials to pros corresponding to William Armstrong and Lucius OBrien. Complementary descriptions from modern trip literature, diaries and letters, and history essays via Michael Bell current a shiny photograph of frontier existence, as noticeable through settlers and tourists of the time.

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Here's the landscape of a brand new land — early forts, cities, and villages, snap shots and social scenes — as depicted in additional than 2 hundred infrequent sketches and watercolours from eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Canada. The work and drawings, drawn from surviving visible documents, comprise works by means of artists starting from girl amateurs and army officials to execs resembling William Armstrong and Lucius OBrien.

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