Oil paintings in public ownership in Kent
This full-colour catalogue features some 1,850 publicly owned oil paintings in Kent. On display or in store in museums, civic offices and even a police station, the various seascapes, landscapes and portraits reveal much about the topography and history of the county. Artists with strong Kentish connections such as Thomas Sidney Cooper, Albert Goodwin, Charles Spencelayh and John Ward feature alongside works by Van Dyck, Gainsborough, Kneller and Zoffany.
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Hythe Council Offices Local History Room and Town Hall
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active Albert Alderman Art Gallery Arthur artist unknown artist Bentlif bequest Williamson Bridge British English CANCM Canterbury Catch Club Canterbury City Council canvas 60 canvas 75 catalogue Catherine Charles Spencelayh Charles Tattershall Chatham Cinque Ports City Council Museums collection Cooper Deavm Dodd donation unknown artist Dover Castle Dovrm E. R. Ashton Edward Elizabeth English Heritage Folkestone G. F. de Zoete gift from G. F. gift unknown artist Goodwin Guildhall Henry Hopper Joseph Kneller Lady KnatchbulL Landscape loan from Lord Lord Brabourne Lord Warden Maidstone Margate Museum T. D. C. Museums and Galleries NACF oil on board oil on canvas oil on panel oil on wood photo credit Portrait purchase quadruptych Ramsgate Ramsgate Harbour Richard River Medway Robert Rochester Castle School 19th Seascape Sir Norton KnatchbulL Spencelayh Thomas Sidney Thomas Sidney Cooper Town Tunbridge unknown artist 19th unknown artist early unknown artist unknown Whitstable Willem William Hazlitt www.bridgeman.co.uk Youens