Patrick, Keith
June 1988
Modern Painters;Summer88, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p47
The article shows that romanticism has always been the dominant tradition in British art and that it still influences some of the most notable contemporary paintings. It attempts to dispel the myth that modernism has been the dominant tradition in British art. The article examines some paintings that provide evidence of the romantic tradition in contemporary British painting in the 1980s.


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