In Tate Britain


George Elgar Hicks (13 March 1824 – 1914) was an English painter during the Victorian era. He is best known for his large genre paintings, which emulate William Powell Frith in style, but was also a society portraitist.

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George Elgar Hicks’s Woman’s Mission and the Apotheosis of the Domestic

Kendall Smaling Wood

Tracing the evolution of the domestic in English cultural discourse over the first half of the nineteenth century, this paper ...

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