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Reynolds, Graham


REYNOLDS, Graham. British, b. 1914. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Member of staff, 1937-74, and Keeper of the Dept. of Paintings, Prints and Drawings, 1959-74, Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Honorary Keeper of Portrait Miniatures, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, 1994-. Publications: Twentieth Century Drawings, 1946; Nicholas Hilliard and Isaac Oliver, 1947; Nineteenth Century Drawings 1850-1900, 1949; Thomas Bewick, 1949; An Introduction to English Water-Colour Painting, 1950; Elizabethan and Jacobean Costume, 1951; English Portrait Miniatures, 1952; Painters of the Victorian Scene, 1953; Catalogue of the Constable Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1960; Constable, the Natural Painter, 1965; Victorian Painting, 1966; The Engravings of S.W. Hayter, 1967; The Etchings of Anthony Gross, 1968; Turner, 1969; A Concise History of Water Colour Painting, 1972; Catalogue of Portrait Miniatures, Wallace Collection, 1980; Constable's England, 1983; The Later Paintings and Drawings of John Constable, 2 vols. (Mitchell Prize), 1984; The Earlier Paintings and Drawings of John Constable, 2 vols., 1996; Catalogue of European Portrait Miniatures, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1996; The Miniatures in the Collection of H.M. the Queen: The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, 1999. EDITOR: Gastronomic Pleasures, 1950; Catalogue of Charles Dickens Centenary Exhibition, 1970; John Constable Sketchbooks of 1813 and 1814, 1973; Constable with His Friends in 1806, 1981. Address: The Old Manse, Bradfield St. George, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk IP30 0AZ, England.

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