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Tir y Blaenau by David Jones (1895–1974), 1924–5.
Watercolour, ink and crayon, 57 x 39.5 cm.
National Library of Wales.

This months featured article is a review  of Frédéric Ogée’s Sir Thomas Lawrence: Le Génie du portrait anglais

by Andrew Wilton on p 108 


2 | William MB Berger Prize 2023 Long List

3 | Susanna Avery-Quash
The extraordinary in the ordinary
Stanley Spencer (1891–1959) as a religious painter

15 | Hilary Davies
Sacramental landscapes
Coventry sixty years on

21 | Patricia R Andrew
A place in the country
The so-called ‘Raphael’s Villa’ in Rome

27 | Tim Marshall
Edward Rooker (1724–1774) and Michael Angelo Rooker (1747–1801)
Family connections

37 | Martin Hopkinson
The London paintings of Victor Mottez (1809–1897)

49 | David Platzer
Harold Acton Part V
Harold at Oxford: back to Mahogany

61 | Richard Dagorne
Henry de Triqueti (1803–1874)
A forgotten candidate for the Memorial to the Great Exhibition

67 | Philip Ward-Jackson
Some unknown projects and recent revelations
The Memorial to the Great Exhibition and the critical fortunes of Henry de Triqueti (1803–1874)

70 | FG Notehelfer
Some further observations on John Constable’s ‘Garter Painting’ 

73 | Brendan Cassidy
Gavin Hamilton (1723–1798)
His beginnings as an artist informed by an unpublished 
collection of letters

87 | Kenneth McConkey
‘Life’s most real satisfactions’
The Ireland of William Henry Bartlett (1856–1932)

96 | Melissa L Gustin
‘What Are Men to Rocks and Mountains?’
Mythology and geology in Chaos by GF Watts (1817–1904)

105 | Martin Hopkinson
François Marandet
Louis Chéron (Paris, 1655–London, 1725). L’ambition du dessin parfait


115 | Kenneth McConkey
‘Essence of Nature – Pre-Raphaelites to British Impressionists’ 
Lost progressive artist of the mid-19th century