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THE LAST ROMANTICS: THE ROMANTIC TRADITION IN BRITISH ART: BURNE-JONES TO STANLEY SPENCER
The Last Romantics is a pioneering exhibition examining British art from the decline of Pre-Raphaelitism in the late 19th century to the rise of so-called Neo-Romanticism in the 1940s. It is the first general survey of the field in which an astonishingly lively and diverse group of talents was involved: Burne-Jones and his numerous followers, including the Birmingham School; Ricketts, Shannon and their circle; Scottish and Irish exponents of the Celtic revival; academic artists, from Waterhouse to Russell Flint, who painted literary themes; and idiosyncratic figures like Thomas Cooper Gotch and William Shackleton. Sculpture is also well represented. Artists who specialised in fairy and book illustration are also included. Finally comes a group of early works by Paul Nash, Stanley Spencer and other Slade-trained artists.
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Edwin Austin Abbey, Robert Bateman, John Dixon Batten, Aubrey Vincent Beardsley, Robert Anning Bell, Kate Elizabeth Bunce, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Dion Clayton Calthrop, Harry Clarke, Frank Cadogan Cowper, Walter Crane, Evelyn Pickering De Morgan, Sir Frank Dicksee, Herbert Draper, Elizabeth Stanhope Forbes, Edward Reginald Frampton, Thomas Cooper Gotch, Maurice William Greiffenhagen, Emma Florence Harrison, Edward Robert Hughes, George Percy Jacomb-Hood, Margaret Macdonald, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frances MacNair, Charles De Sousy Ricketts, Frederick Cayley Robinson, John Byam Liston Shaw, Charles Sims, Simeon Solomon, John Roddam Spencer-Stanhope, Marie Spartali Stillman, Henry John Stock, Marianne Stokes, John Melhuish Strudwick, John William Waterhouse
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