Regency Culture and Society: John Glover’s Exhibition

Appearing in the June 1821 issue of La Belle Assemblee, this review of John Glover’s exhibition gives a flavor of his work and personality.  Glover later emigrated to Australia, and became the “father of Austrialian landscape painting”, even though he was only in Austrian from the age of 64 until his death in 1849 at 82. You can view several of his pieces here: https://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/collection/works/?artist_id=glover-john

Regency Women of Character: Diana Sperling

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  Diana Sperling (Di to family) was born in 1791 and lived, until her marriage in 1834, with her parents and siblings at Dynes Hall near Halstead (Essex).  Her whimsical, often comical, watercolors depict the lighter side of Regency life and show her obvious affection and humor for her subjects, many of whom were her siblings and friends.               … Expand