Mural Painting in Britain 1840-1940: Image and Meaning
This substantial survey discusses state, civic, commercial, church, private, and other British murals. Written by the leading authority in Britain on mural painting after 1800, it is a pioneering study that covers works by over 400 artists and numerous murals never previously documented or illustrated.
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State Patronage at the Palace of Westminster 18411864
Murals in the Royal Exchange and London Livery
State Patronage at the Palace of Westminster 19061913
State Mural Schemes 19121927
Celebrating the Empire 19241938
Patron and Icon at the Town Hall
Education and Welfare Murals
Work and Play
Appendix architect architecture Archives Art Gallery artists Arts and Crafts Britain British School building cartoon chapel Charles church City civic College colour Commission Committee Company County Hall Dyce easel East Corridor Eastlake Edinburgh Empire Exhibition figures Ford Madox Brown Frank Brangwyn fresco frieze Geddes German Glasgow Goetze's Gothic Gothic Revival Hall of Remembrance Henry House of Lords Ibid iconography ideals illustrating included John Leighton Letter Liverpool Lloyd's Register London lunettes Maclise Manchester Manchester Town Hall marouflage modern motifs mural decoration mural painting mural schemes murals Museum National nineteenth century painter Palace of Westminster panels Paris patronage patrons perhaps photograph Plate portraits Prince Albert Queen quoted revival Rex Whistler Room Rothenstein Royal Academy Royal Exchange Royal Gallery Ruskin scenes School at Rome Sir Frank Brangwyn Skinners St Stephen's Hall style subjects symbolic Tate Gallery theme Town Hall tradition Victoria wall Watts Watts's whilst William William Dyce Wyndham Lewis