2021 Berger Prize - Long List


Matthew Reeve
Gothic Architecture and Sexuality in the Circle of Horace Walpole
Pennsylvania State University Press £59.95


Stephen Calloway and
Caroline Corbeau-Parsons
Aubrey Beardsley
Tate Publishing £25


Martin Harrison, ed
Inside Francis Bacon
The Estate of Francis Bacon Publishing in association with Thames & Hudson £28


Gill Hedley
Arthur Jeffress, A Life in Art
Bloomsbury Visual Arts £25


Tom Williamson
Humphrey Repton: Landscape Design in an Age of Revolution
Reaktion Books £35


Timothy Britain-Caitlin
The Edwardians and Their Houses: The New Life of Old England
Lund Humphries £45


Geoffrey Bond and Christine Kenyon Jones
Dangerous to Show: Byron and his Portraits
Unicorn Publishing £25


David Blayney Brown, Amy Concannon, Sam Smiles
Turner’s Modern World
Tate Publishing £25


Susan Owens
Spirit of Place: Artists, Writers and the British Landscape
Thames & Hudson £25


William Feaver
The Lives of Lucian Freud: Fame 1968–2011
Bloomsbury Publishing £35


Lydia Hamlett
Mural Painting in Britain 1630-1730: Experiencing Histories
Routledge £120


Diane Waggoner
Lewis Carroll’s Photography and Modern Childhood
Princeton University Press £54

Tabitha Parker
British Baroque: Power and Illusion
Tate Publishing £25


Ghislaine Wood
Art Deco by the Sea
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts £25


Martina Droth and Paul Messier, eds
Bill Brandt / Henry Moore
The Yale Center for British Art £50


Alex Kidson
After Darkness Light: The Birth of the Liverpool Annual Exhibitions 1871-1876
Sansom & Co £25


Diana Davis
The Tastemakers: British Dealers and the Anglo-Gallic Interior, 1785–1865
Getty Publications £50


Stephen Bann
Scenes and Traces of the English Civil War
Reaktion Books £40


Conal Shields et al.
John Constable
THOTH Publishers, Netherlands €24.95


Andrew Lambirth
The Art of Richard Eurich
Lund Humphries £45


Paul Greenhalgh, ed
The Nature of Dreams: England and the Formation of Art Nouveau
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts £25


Karen Hearn
Portraying Pregnancy: From Holbein to Social Media
Paul Holberton Publishing £17.50


Matthew Craske
Joseph Wright of Derby: Painter of Darkness
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £45


Melody Deusner
Aesthetic Painting in Britain and America: Collectors, Art Worlds, Networks
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £40


Sam Smiles
The Late Works of J. M. W. Turner: The Artist and his Critics
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £35


Thomas Crow
The Hidden Mod in Modern Art: London, 1957–1969
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £25


Lisa Tickner
London’s New Scene: Art and Culture in the 1960s
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £35


Roger A. Stalley
Early Irish Sculpture and the Art of the High Crosses
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £35


Cora Gilroy-Ware
The Classical Body in Romantic Britain
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £40


Vaughan Hart
Christopher Wren: In Search of Eastern Antiquity
The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art £45


 

BAJ 4-2cover?

The British Art Journal was launched at a reception given at the Thomas Coram Foundation (now the Foundling Museum), 40 Brunswick Square WC1 on 1 July 1999. Two issues were published in the first year, and three issues have been published every year since.

The British Art Journal publishes original research on British art of all periods, and actively encourages the work of younger scholars. Articles cover most fields of art-historical research, including painting and the graphic arts, books and publishing, sculpture, architecture, the decorative arts, and the history of dress.
Submissions are invited from scholars.
Main articles are usually 3,000 – 7,500 words, but it is a policy of the journal to consider longer articles up to 20,000 words; shorter articles up to 3,000 words.
Suggestions for reviews of books and exhibitions are welcomed. 
Contact the Editor, 
The British Art Journal, 
46 Grove Lane, 
London 
SE5 8ST
email: editor@britishartjournal.co.uk

All research articles are refereed.

CURRENT ISSUE

Cover

Harvesting by John Nash (1893–1977), 1946. Lithograph poster. Private collection.
See review of ‘John Nash: The Landscape of Love and Solace’, on pp91–92

This issues Featured Article is Andrew Wilton‘s review of ‘Henry Scott Tuke’ at The Watts Gallery, on pp89-90

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

2 | ‘The Boucher of the Boy Scouts’ and the bubble reputation


RESEARCH

3 | Martin Krause
Mrs Booth’s Turners

10Rodney Griffiths
Gawen Hamilton (c1697–1737) with a catalogue of his works

24 |Philip Ward-Jackson
Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804–1864) and British sculpture

34 |  Michael Burden
The making and marketing of the Georgian apotheosis
Carter, Strange, Rebecca, Tresham, and de Loutherbourg

42 | Robert LS Cowley
True or false
The haloes of William Hogarth (1697–1764)

48 | Edward Corp
More light on Prince James Stuart with Walter Strickland by Nicolas de Largillierre (1656–1746)

50 | William Hauptman
The Lichfield House Exhibition of 1851, Part II
Dante Gabriel Rossetti’s review

69 | David B Stacey
Philippe-Jacques de Loutherbourg RA (1740–1812)
‘A foreigner of extraordinary merit’

78 | Martin Ferguson Smith
The Royal Academy of Arts Students’ Clubs, 1883–1902

EXHIBITION REVIEW

89 |  Andrew Wilton
‘Henry Scott Tuke’
Watts Gallery, Compton, 7 June–12 September 2021

BOOK REVIEWS

96 | Alexander Adams
Eleanor Clayton, Ali Smith (foreword)
Barbara Hepworth: Art & Life

REFLECTIONS

103 | Julian Freeman
Anthony Gross (1905–1984)

LETTERS

104 | ­