By Steve Poole
Issue 24, Winter 2012 pp 21-25
‘The Georgian painter, Thomas Gainsborough, spent some of the most productive years of his career making portraits and landscapes from a base in the city of Bath’. Inspired by the 2012 exhibition at the Holburne Museum curated by Susan Sloman, Steve Poole looks at this shift in Gainsborough’s focus and how this changed the presentation of the poor.
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