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exhibition of the work of the artist John Knox 1778-1845 and the Glasgow of his day.

John Knox

exhibition of the work of the artist John Knox 1778-1845 and the Glasgow of his day.

by John Knox

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Published by Glasgow Art Gallery & Museum in [Glasgow] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Knox, John, -- 1778-1845 -- Exhibitions.,
  • Landscape painting -- 19th century -- Exhibitions.,
  • Glasgow (Scotland) -- In art -- Exhibitions.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJohn Knox landscape painter.
    GenreExhibitions.
    ContributionsGlasgow Art Gallery and Museum.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[20] p., [6] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19524772M

      The dresses and fabrics in this post are part of the exhibition Artist Textiles: Picasso to Warhol which began life at the Fashion and Textile Museum in London in Since then, it has been to the Netherlands, the USA and Canada, and now it has arrived in Scotland where you can see it at New Lanark until 29th April.   Landscape paintings also seem to have directly influenced his landscape photographs. A photograph, in Reid’s History of the County of Bute, of Glen Sannox on the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde, for instance, appears to replicate the view painted by the popular Glasgow artist John Knox .

    The soon-to-berenovated spaces on the lower floor of of the Scottish National Gallery are currently graced by two breathtaking panoramic views from Ben Lomond by John Knox (–) and a. While serving his apprenticeship as a house-painter, he obtained lessons from John Knox, a painter of some ability in Glasgow, who added to his means of living by teaching drawing and painting. Daniel Macnee, who was at the same time attending Knox's class, strongly urged MacCulloch to follow art, and afterwards remained his fast friend.

      MACCULLOCH, HORATIO (–), landscape painter, son of a weaver, was born in Glasgow in November , on the night on which the city was illuminated in honour of the victory of Trafalgar. After having been apprenticed to a house-painter, he became a pupil of John Knox, a local artist, under whom William Leighton Leitch [q. v.], the water. The impact of Romanticism can also be seen in the works of late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century artists including Henry Raeburn (–), Alexander Nasmyth (–) and John Knox (–). Raeburn was the most significant artist of the period to pursue his entire career in Scotland, born in Edinburgh and returning there.


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Exhibition of the work of the artist John Knox 1778-1845 and the Glasgow of his day by John Knox Download PDF EPUB FB2

Estimate: £ - £ Description: FOLLOWER OF JOHN KNOX (SCOTTISH ) DUMBARTON ROCK WITH A VESSEL AND FIGURES IN THE BACKGROUND Oil on canvas 53cm x 73cm (21in x in) Condition Report: Condition requests sent via email will be responded to at least one day prior to the auction start date.

Please note that we may be unable to respond immediately to. Get this from a library. John Knox landscape painter: an exhibition of the work of the artist John Knox,and the Glasgow of his day: Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum 12 July-8 September [John Knox; Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum.].

The effect of Romanticism can also be seen in the works of late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century artists including Henry Raeburn (–), Alexander Nasmyth (–) and John Knox (–). Raeburn was the most significant artist of the period to pursue his entire career in Scotland, born in Edinburgh and returning there.

The work of John Knox (–) continued the theme of landscape, directly linking it with the Romantic works of Walter Scott and he was also among the first artists to take a major interest in depicting the urban landscape of Glasgow.

In the Victorian era, the tradition of Highland landscape painting was continued by figures such as Horatio McCulloch (–67), Joseph Farquharson (–) and William McTaggart (–). McCulloch was a student of Knox. His images of places including Glen Coe, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, became parlour room panoramas that defined popular images of Scotland.

The effect of Romanticism can also be seen in the works of late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century artists such as Henry Raeburn (–), Alexander Nasmyth (–) and John Knox (–). Raeburn was the most significant artist of the period to pursue his. John Knox (–) National Galleries of Scotland.

two artists whose work is characterised by their examination of lines in three-dimensional space. Glasgow. The German Revolution: Expressionist Prints | Hunterian Art Gallery.

Until 25th August A major exhibition exploring artists' responses to the German Revolution of John Fleming was born in Glasgow around At the age of fourteen he was apprenticed to a house painter and his first encounter with art came when he was sent to work at Hamilton Palace and saw the collection of paintings there.

ArtWorkers' Guild. Life. He was born in Glasgow in November the son of Alexander McCulloch, a cotton merchant, and his wife, Margaret Watson. Horatio McCulloch was trained in the studio of the Glasgow landscape painter John Knox (–) for about one year alongside Daniel Macnee (–) and at first earned his living as a decorative painter.

He was then engaged at Cumnock, painting the. Alan was awarded winner of the "Circus Painting Prize" in the Bath Prize. His painting of "Pump Room in the Snow" was highly commended.

Single Exhibitions. Independence, Castlegate, Newcastle upon Tyne. Lowery Gallery, Kuwait, Studio & Gallery, Ponteland.

Castlegate Centre Newcastle upon Tyne –Charity Exhibition with life’s work. InMcCulloch had his first work exhibited in Glasgow, at the Dilettanti Society in Argyle Arcade, quickly followed by sell out exhibitions in Edinburgh and London, in and Ironically, it was around this time that the Theatre Royal in Glasgow was destroyed by fire.

McCulloch was born in Glasgow in November the son of Alexander McCulloch, a cotton merchant, and his wife, Margaret Watson. Horatio McCulloch was trained in the studio of the Glasgow landscape painter John Knox (–) for about one year alongside Daniel Macnee (–) and at first earned his living as a decorative painter.

Glasgow (/ ˈ ɡ l æ z ɡ oʊ /, also UK: / ˈ ɡ l ɑː z ɡ oʊ, ˈ ɡ l ɑː s ɡ oʊ /, US: / ˈ ɡ l æ s ɡ oʊ, ˈ ɡ l æ s k oʊ /; Scots: Glesca or Glesga [ˈɡlezɡə]; Scottish Gaelic: Glaschu [ˈkl̪ˠas̪əxu]) is the most populous city in Scotland, and the third most populous city in the United Kingdom, as of the estimated city population ofHistorically part of.

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Full text of "D. Cameron; an illustrated catalogue of his etched work, with introductory essay & descriptive notes on each plate". He was trained in the studio of the Glasgow landscape painter John Knox () and at first earned his living as a decorative painter.

By the early s McCulloch's exhibits with the Glasgow Dilettanti Society and with the Royal Scottish Academy had begun to attract buyers, notably the newly instituted Association for the Promotion of the.

He continued to preach until his final days. John Knox was born sometime between and in or near Haddington, the county town of East Lothian. His father, William Knox, was a merchant. All that is known of his mother is that her maiden name was Sinclair and that she died when John Knox was a.

A large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting ‘The Heron Pool’ on the River Lledr in North Wales by the eminent Victorian artist Robert Gallon (). The painting is. JOHN KNOX (SCOTTISH ) THE CLOCH LIGHTHOUSE DURING A STORM Oil on canvas cm x 76cm (in x 30in) See John Knox, Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum,no for a variant of this painting.

A painting entitled 'Cloch Lighthouse after a thunderstorm' was exhibited at the Glasgow Institute in   The Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum is home to some of the world’s most recognizable names in art. But behind the Rembrandts, Monets, and Van Goghs, one of the most underrated and often.

A fully referenced version of this article can be found in the Book of the Old Edinburgh Club, New Series Vol. 7, pp. For another article on the subject see: Joe Rock, ‘”An ingenious self-taught sculptor”, Robert Forrest []’ in The Sculpture Journal, IX, () pp.

Provenance. Suffolk estate. Faded exhibition label verso with details. Housed in an ornate gilt frame, 39 inches by 29 inches and in good condition.

John Knox () was one of Scotland's most significant and original landscape painters. His family moved to Glasgow in and he may have trained with Alexander Nasmyth.Born in Fintry, Stirlingshire, on 4 JuneMacnee was raised by his mother and soon moved to Glasgow.

He showed great ability in drawing and at the age of 12 was apprenticed to the popular Glasgow artist John Knox. After four years he was employed by Hugh Wilson, an engraver, and also produced anatomical drawings and painted snuff-boxes.