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William Hodges RA (28 October 1744 – 6 March 1797) was an English painter. He was a member of James Cook's second voyage to the Pacific Ocean, and is best known for the sketches and paintings of locations he visited on that voyage, including Table Bay, Tahiti, Easter Island, New Zealand, Dusky Sound and the Antarctic.

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Re-enacting Art and Travel: Art & Environment

Geoff Quilley

In light of theories of re-enactment, Geoff Quilley argues that the landscape imagery produced by amateur British naval artists on ...

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