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George John Pinwell, 1842-1875

George John Pinwell

George John Pinwell, 1842-1875

a record of his life and work

by George John Pinwell

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Published by Libra in Sutton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pinwell, George John, -- 1842-1875.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[compiled by] A.H. Cumper.
    ContributionsCumper, A. H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNC978.5.P5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[97]p. :
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19317991M

    Description: Pinwell (George John, ) Study of two heads, pen and brown ink over traces of pencil on thin cream wove paper, pencil attribution to Pinwell verso, sheet x mm. (10 x 7 7/8 in), minor handling creases, unframed. ⁂ Traditionally understood to have been part of an album sold through Bonhams, , which was. Shadow and Substance (from Wayside Posies: Original Poems of the Country Life). Artist: After George John Pinwell (British, London London); Engraver: Dalziel Brothers (British, active ); Publisher: George Routledge & Sons (London); Date: ; Medium: Wood engraving; Dimensions: Image: 6 1/2 x 4 13/16 in. ( x cm); Classification: Prints; Credit Line: Gift of Wilbur.

    The thesis explores the artistic production of three artists, John William North (), George John Pinwell () and Frederick Walker (). It is particularly concerned to look in detail at their wood engravings in connection with the s periodical and Gift Book phenomenon which occurred a dozen years after the arrival of Author: Sheila Louise Hurrell. George John Pinwell ( - ) RA Collection: Art Title. The Shadow. Artist/designer. George John Pinwell ( - ) Engraved by. Edward Dalziel ( - ) and Thomas Dalziel ( - ) Click here to view the book. Artist profile George John Pinwell. Born: 26 December Died.

    Full text of "George J. Pinwell and his works" See other formats. A of 'George J. Pinwell and His Works' by Williamson, George C., Published by George Bell and Sons in in Very Good condition. A well priced book from some .


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George John Pinwell, 1842-1875 by George John Pinwell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. George John Pinwell: a Victorian artist and illustrator, [Pamela White Trimpe; George John Pinwell] -- "Among the many eminent and talented artists involved in the creation of illustrations for the wood-engraving resurgence of the s, George John Pinwell emerged as perhaps the very best.

1842-1875 book A thorough. George John Pinwell: A Victorian Artist and Illustrator, (American University Studies) First Edition by Pamela Trimpe White (Author) ISBN ISBN X. Why is ISBN important.

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Pinwell, George John. (Brit.) Born in George John Pinwell ( ). Educated at the Heathly School of Art. Originally devoted bis time to wood-engraving for book illustrations, manifesting a decided talent in. George John Pinwell: 1842-1875 book Victorian artist and illustrator, / Pamela White Trimpe Trimpe, Pamela White, [ Book: ].

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Free shipping for many products. Buy George John Pinwell: A Victorian Artist and Illustrator, (American University Studies, Series Fine Arts) 1 by Pamela White Trimpe (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. GEORGE JOHN PINWELL (). Pinwell was born at Wycombe, and educated at Heatherley's Academy.

He is perhaps the most interesting personality in Idyllist group. He was without question one of the most original and gifted draugtsman and book illustrators of his day and had he been spared he may have assumed a more prominent.

OCLC Number: Notes: Half-title: A consideration of the life and works of George John Pinwell () together with lists of his exhibited and engraved works and a Catalogue of the sale of his works after his death.

PINWELL, GEORGE JOHN (–), British water-colour painter, was born at Wycombe, and educated at Heatherley’s Academy. He is one of the most interesting personalities in the little group of water-colour painters which included Frederick Walker and A.

Houghton, a group whose style was directly derived from the practice of drawing upon wood for book illustration. Artwork page for ‘Shadow and Substance, engraved by the Dalziel Brothers’, George John Pinwell, published This is one of eighteen designs Pinwell made for a book of verse called Wayside Posies.

The haunting image shows a woman staring at her reflection in a pond. Beside her sit two women whose skirts seem to have been absorbed by the landscape. Also discussed is the stylistic influence of John Everett Millais (); Pinwell's relationship to other artists of his generation including Frederick Walker (), Arthur Boyd Houghton (), and John William North (), as well as his legacy for the next generation of artist/illustrators including Luke Fildes ( Artwork page for ‘The Shadow, engraved by the Dalziel Brothers’, George John Pinwell, published This design was included in Robert Buchanan’s Wayside Posies; it illustrates a poem about the cruel killing of animals.

Here two children witness a calf being led reluctantly away, aware of the inevitable event about to take place. The dead birds hooked to the wall in the background is.

Book discussion groups; About «Trump as Browning’s Pied Piper. Study for ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’: The Children c by George John Pinwell By Robin Bates | Published: Janu This entry was posted in.

Bookmark the permalink. Trackbacks are closed, but you can post a comment. His wood-engraving enterprise became one of London's most successful.

He also painted watercolours, specialising in riverscapes, and gave drawing classes to pupils such as Charles Keene (–), John William North (–), George John Pinwell (–) and Frederick Walker (–).Born: 24 AprilIpswich. George John Pinwell ( - ) RA Collection: Art Title.

The Swallows. Artist/designer. George John Pinwell ( - ) Engraved by. Edward Dalziel ( - ) and Thomas Dalziel ( - ) Click here to view the book. Artist profile George John Pinwell. Born: 26 December Died. Works about Pinwell "Pinwell, George John," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols.

George Charles Williamson, A Consideration of the Life and Works of George John Pinwell (London: G. Bell, ) (external scan) "Pinwell, George John," in Encyclopædia Britannica (11th ed., ).

Title: Shadow and Substance (from Wayside Posies: Original Poems of the Country Life) Artist: After George John Pinwell (British, London – London) Engraver: Dalziel Brothers (British, active –93) Publisher: George Routledge & Sons (London) Date: Medium: Wood engraving Dimensions: Image: 6 1/2 × 4 13/16 in.

( × cm) Sheet: 9 5/8 × 7 5/8 in. ( × cm). George John Pinwell ( - ) George John Pinwell was active/lived in United Kingdom. George Pinwell is known for painting. The Artist. Auction Records. Buy / Sell.

Resources. Overview. Auction Records (29) For Sale (0) Signatures (3). The thesis explores the artistic production of three artists, John William North (), George John Pinwell () and Frederick Walker (). It is particularly concerned to look in detail at their wood engravings in connection with the s periodical and Gift Book phenomenon which occurred a dozen years after the arrival of.

This beautiful watercolour by George John Pinwell is reminiscent of and certainly influenced by some of the great Pre-Raphaelite works including Ford Madox Brown's Pretty Baa-Lambs (), John Everett Millais's Waiting () and The Blind Girl (all three in the collection of Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery).

Pinwell uses the white of. After George John Pinwell British A woman holds a basket over one arms and the hand of small girl with her other, as they stand in a garden looking at flowers and insects. A second row of plants is shown behind them, then a wall and two-story house, with birds flying and roosting.

* After George John Pinwell (). The Elixir of Love,etching [by Robert Walker Macbeth] on paper, artist’s name and date lower left, 36 x 85cm (14 x ins), period oak frame, glazed (1) Trimmed to margins and relaid.George John Pinwell Mrs Malcombe Giving Instructions for her Funeral to her Sons, engraved by Swain Add to lightbox.