Angelica Kauffman: A Continental Artist in Georgian England by Wendy Wassing Roworth (ed)

During her lifetime (1741-1807), Kauffman was recognized as an important painter of historical and mythological subjects as well as a portraitist of the famous. Contributors examine work produced during her 15 years in England and also that produced in Italy for British clients, explore her life and career, and discuss the reasons for her marginali. 

With essays by David Alexander, Malise Forbes Adam & Mary Mauchine, Angela Rosenthal, Wendy Wassyng Roworth. 

Published in association with The Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery & Museums, Brighton. 

Condition

Used, like new. Minor shelf wear only. 

Publisher

Realton Books

Date published

1993

Format

Paperback