Wilson Online Reference
London 1968
Royal Academy of Arts Bicentenary Exhibition 1768-1968
London, Royal Academy
14 December 1968 - 2 March 1969
Related Publication
Exhibition catalogue in two volumes, with a foreword by Sir Thomas Monnington, PRA and introduction by Graham Reynolds. It was compiled and edited by St John Gore.
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The exhibition included 15 paintings and three drawings by or ascribed to Wilson:

P46A Ariccia - I (no. 17)
P60 The Temple of Minerva Medica, Rome (no. 21)
P71C Distant View of Maecenas' Villa, Tivoli (no. 11)
P88D Syon House from Richmond Gardens II - Evening (no. 5)
P92A River, Sea Coast and circular Ruin (no.13)
P102 The Vale of Narni (no. 3)
P108 The Ruined Arch in Kew Gardens (no. 6)
P117 Villa Emiliana near Rome (no. 1)
P149 'L'Anconetta near Venice' (no. 9)
P150 View near London (no. 4)
P152 Lake Nemi, with two Friars (no. 20)
P156 Near Rome (no. 2)
P176 Gypsies on a Road near Rome (no. 18 - Gypsies at Entrance to a Wood)
P189 River and Fishermen (no. 8)
Ascribed to Wilson, A Storm, with a Man under a Tree (no. 22)
D202 Tall Trees (no. 660)
D210 Italian Landscape: A Man seated under a Tree (no. 661)
D298 The Vatican and Environs (no. 646 - Distant View of St Peter's Rome)
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