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Biography

James Ward (23 October 1769 – 17 November 1859) was a painter, particularly of animals, and an engraver.

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Tate Etc

Opinion: Art and Nature

John-Paul Stonard

Art can only ever express the distance between humans and the natural world

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John Piper: painting the British landscape in wartime

Alison Smith

This view in Snowdonia is characteristic of the wartime phase of Neo-Romanticism, a tendency that combined an interest in the ...

Tate Etc

Mind fields: The changing landscape of Britain

Jonathon Porritt , Wim Wenders , Siobhan Davies , The Reverend Alan Walker , Richard A. Fortey , José Loosemore , Mark Avery , Michael Palin , Thomas Joshua Cooper , Rick Stein and David Matthews

Tate Etc. introduces eleven personal responses to artworks that reflect the changing face of a nation.

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