Edward Pugh of Ruthin 1763-1813

A Native Artist

Awdur(on) John Barrell

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Welsh Interest, History

Cyfres: Wales and the French Revolution

  • Mawrth 2013 · 384 tudalen ·276x219mm

  • · Clawr Caled - 9780708325667
  • · Clawr Meddal - 9780708325674

Am y llyfr

Y llyfr hwn yw'r cyntaf i ganolbwyntio ar waith yr artist o Gymru, Edward Pugh (1763-1813), arlunydd a beintiodd dirweddau gogledd Cymru ac a gofnododd y bywyd gwledig Cymreig.


"This volume on the work of Edward Pugh comes from the pen of an experienced and highly talented author. Since his first, classic publication on the poetry of John Clare in 1972, John Barrell has shown readers of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literature that texts must not be read in generic isolation from the totality of the culture--social, political, economic, artistic, literary--that surrounds them. Now, his particular gift for 'reading' pictures comes to the fore in a book that adds visual art to the wide range of genres explored in the Wales and the French Revolution series."--Ceridwen Lloyd Morgan, National Library of Wales


Introduction 1 Foel-Famma, from Careg Carn March Arther 2 Llanfwrog, Ruthin, and Llanbedr 3 Bathafern Hills from Coedmarchan Rocks 4 Pont-Newydd over the Ceirw near Corwen 5 A Fall on the Dee, near the Vale of Crucis 6 Pen-y-Lan, across the Dee 7 Modern Leisure in Modern London 8 Cambria Depicta: the History of the Book 9 Cambria Depicta: the People, the Past and the Present 10 Cambria Depicta: Landscape, the Sublime and the Beautiful Notes

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