Wilson Online Reference
Montreal 1957
British Painting in the Eighteenth Century
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Professor Ellis Waterhouse and other members of the Fine Arts Committee of the British Council
Related Publication
Exhibition catalogue, British Painting in the Eighteenth Century with essays by the Duke of Wellington and Ellis Waterhouse, 150 pp., 40 black and white and eight colour pls, London 1957
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Organised by the British Council, the exhibition was the most important showing of British eighteenth-century painting in Canada and the USA to date. After Montreal it toured to the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; and Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio. It comprised 86 paintings, including six by Wilson:

P62A Lake Albano and Castel Gandolfo (no. 74)
P64 Rome from the Ponte Molle (no. 73)
P83 Croome Court, Worcestershire (no. 75)
P108 The Ruined Arch in Kew Gardens (no. 76)
P120A Llyn Peris and Dolbadarn Castle (no. 77)
P152A Snowdon from Llyn Nantlle (no. 78)
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