Wilson Online Reference
Solkin 2015
David Solkin
Art in Britain 1660-1815
Yale University Press
USA and UK
Date of Publication
Secondary published
Source Institution
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art
Document Inventory/Accession No
ISBN 978-0-300-21556-4
More Information
Contains commentary on numerous aspects of Wilson and his relationship to the Grand Style, the Society of Artists and the Royal Academy; also on the following individual paintings, all illustrated: P15A The Cock Tavern, Cheam Common, Surrey, UK Government Art Collection; P56B Rome from the Villa Madama, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; P66 Landscape Capriccio on the Via Aemilia, Private Collection, New York; P89A The Thames near Marble Hill, Twickenham; P90 The Destruction of the Children of Niobe, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection, New Haven; P134 Moor Park, distant View, Private Collection, England; P152 Snowdon from Llyn Nantlle, Walker Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool P162 Cicero with his Friend Atticus and Brother Quintus at his Villa at Arpinum, Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford.