This new book offers a single, encompassing view of the
development of landscape painting, photography, and land art in
Britain from the eighteenth through to the late twentieth century.
It reveals the strong continuity between British landscape art of
today and that of over 250 years ago, with works by J.M.W. Turner,
John Constable, Thomas Gainsborough, John Piper, David Nash, and
Richard Long, amongst many others.
Tim Barringer is Paul Mellon Professor of the History of Art,
Oliver Fairclough is Keeper of Art, National Museum of
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