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date: 19 November 2019

Bristol school of artistslocked

(act. 1810s–1830s)
  • Francis Greenacre


Bristol school of artists (act. 1810s–1830s), was an informal group of professional and amateur artists who worked in the city and, when centred around Francis Danby in the early 1820s, made an important contribution to British art. In his review of the Bristol Society of Artists'...

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