Gainsborough pop: Gainsborough's pictures through the popular imagination, 1760-2000 from ceramics and cigarette cards to fiction, film and cartoons

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Gainsborough's House Society in association with Paul Holberton publishing, 2002 - Art - 40 pages
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Belsey is curator of Gainsborough's House in Sudbury, Suffolk, England.

CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT is a distinguished art historian, who specialises in seventeenth-century painting and is a world authority on Vermeer. He graduated from the University of Leeds and the Courtauld Institute of Art in London, and has subsequently written over twenty volumes including monographs of Georges de la Tour (1974 with Benedict Nicolson), Poussin (1985), and Rembrandt (2000). He has also published articles in many art periodicals including The Burlington Magazine.

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