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West s pictures were shown in galleries built for the purpose on the garden of his former residence in Newman Street. One of these galleries was seventyabout the same size six feet in length by forty-five in breadth as the Third Gallery at Burlington House. They were erected by West s two dutiful sons, Raphael and Benjamin, and were pictures planned by John Nash, the designer of the original Regent Street. An interesting description of the galleries is given by Robert ART IN ENGLAND Hunt, Leigh Hunt s brother, who was related been familiar with his house since childhood to West and had : Many will recollect the part of the long picture-covered avenue which Mr West s two large painting-rooms with smaller, pictures and seen by private visitors, to two others not seen,, and to a sixth filled with plaster casts.
Nodier visited the Royal Academy in 1821 and was so charmed with Constable s landscape that he mentions no other picture It when recording his impressions of the exhibition. He says : In painting, landscapes and seaviews are the pieces in which the English have the fewest rivals in Europe. Some of their pictures almost surpass every idea that one can form to one s self of perfection in this style of painting, but the palm of the exhibition belongs to a large landscape by Constable with which the ancient or modern masters have very few masterpieces that could be put in opposition.
No biographer of Crome, I think, mentions the number of his lished at ten guineas. ART IN ENGLAND children, but he was the father of twenty-four, according to a writer in the Norwich Mercury. In the autumn of 1860 a loan exhibition was held at Norwich, composed of the work of de and on September 2gth the Norwich Mercury announced that Crome s son, Joseph, had lent to the committee three portraits, two of his father and one of his ceased Suffolk and Norfolk artists, One of the two of Crome, painted by Dr Woodhouse, represented him as a youth, the other, by Opie, as middle-aged.
Art Fantastix 16. The Art of Max Bertolini by Brenda L. Miller