George Stubbs and the wide creation: animals, people and places in the life of George Stubbs, 1724-1806
Illuminating and highly enjoyable biography of Stubbs, which places him in the context of eighteenth-century England. George Stubbs tirelessly studied and explored the natural world, and looked for new ways of representing it.
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