- Author:Kenneth McCONKEY
- Publisher:Phaidon; 1st ed edition (1989)
- Pages:160 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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British Impressionism (Fine Art) Paperback – October 9, 1998. Kenneth McConkey is Professor of Art History and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Northumbria at Newcastle.
British Impressionism (Fine Art) Paperback – October 9, 1998. by. Kenneth McConkey (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. He has written extensively about late Victorian and Edwardian painting.
British impressionism. British impressionism. Kenneth McConkey. Impressionism (Art) - Great Britain, Painting, British - 19th century. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Kenneth McConkey is Professor of Art History and Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Northumbria at Newcastle.
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Kenneth McConkey is an art historian and the author of numerous articles and books focusing on art history, including Impressionism, Modernism, and British and Irish painters. Impressionism in Britain, published in 1995, details an exhibition surveying British Impressionist painting, which was held in 1995 at both the Barbican Art Gallery in London and the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art in London. In addition to 160 color plates of various works, the book includes an introductory essay by the author in which he provides a history of British Impressionism.
The British painters who embraced Impressionism. Impressionism was not an exclusively French affair. Ahead of Christie’s inaugural sale of British Impressionism on 22 November, Alastair Smart and specialist Brandon Lindberg consider the movement’s impact across the English Channel.