Harriet Gouldsmith, Landscape painting, British painter, Women artists, Art and commerce, Marketing of art, William Mulready, John Linnell, Britain, 19th century
Arts and Humanities
Drawing on her own writings, as well as correspondence, and contemporary art criticism, examines the career of the landscape painter and etcher Harriot Gouldsmith. Considers her marketing strategies, and the problems she encountered as a female artist. Looks at her relationships with William Mulready, her teacher, and her close companion John Linnell
Heleniak, Kathryn Moore. “Money and Marketing Problems: The Plight of Harriet Gouldsmith (1786-1863), a Professional Female Landscape Painter."The British Art Journal 6, no. 3 (2005): 25-36.
The British Art Journal 6, no. 3 (2005)
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