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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 | ­