ABBREVIATIONS
Arch. Rev. Architectural Review
Burl. Mag. Burlington Magazine
Christie'sSale Catalogues of Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods, Ltd.
C.L. Country Life
D.N.B. Dictionary of National Biography
Farington, Diary The Farington Diary: ed. by James Greig. 8 vols.
I.L.N. Illustrated London News
Journ. R.I.B.A. Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects
Journ. W.C.I. Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes
O.H.E.A. Oxford History of English Art
O.W.-C.S.C. Old Water-colour Society Club
P.P. Parliamentary Papers. (Sessional bound sets, with MS. paging as
arranged for the House of Commons)
Q.R. Quarterly Review
Ruskin, Works The Works of John Ruskin, ed. by E. T. Cook and A. Wedderburn.
39 vols.
Whitley, i and ii W. T. Whitley, Art in England, 1800-1820 and 1821-1837.

The following abbreviations are used for museums and galleries. Where no reference is given in the text or notes, paintings are in the National Collection of British Art now distributed between the National Gallery and the Tate Gallery: in the case of paintings illustrated by plates, the present location is given in the list of plates: where the reference is only to a reproduction, the painting is untraced.

AshmoleanAshmolean Museum, Oxford
BirminghamCity Museum and Art Gallery
B.M.British Museum
BostonMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass.
EdinburghNational Gallery of Scotland
GuildhallGuildhall Art Gallery, London
LeedsCity Art Gallery
LiverpoolWalker Art Gallery
ManchesterCity Art Gallery
MelbourneNational Gallery of Victoria
N.P.G.National Portrait Gallery, London
NewcastleLaing Art Gallery
OttawaNational Gallery of Canada
PhiladelphiaMuseum of Art
Port SunlightLady Lever Art Gallery
PrestonHarris Museum and Art Gallery
R.A.Royal Academy
S.N.P.G.Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • List of Plates ix
  • List of Figures xxi
  • Abbreviations xxiii
  • I- Romanticism 1
  • II- Painters in Water-Colour 29
  • III- The Regency Style 65
  • IV- Turner and Constable 97
  • V- Statuary 128
  • VI- The Age of Wilkie 149
  • VII- The Battle of the Styles 176
  • VIII- State Patronage 203
  • IX- Restoration and Revival 223
  • X- The Great Exhibition 254
  • XII- Memorials, Portraits, And Photography 299
  • Bibliography 321
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