The Meeting of the Arts and the Sciences in England
Richard Wilson, Lancelot Brown and Robert Adam - Art
Trace this movement through ARt and Architecture
Retrace the meeting of arts and sciences - the beautiful and the practical - during the Enlightenment. Find Arcadia realised by Richard Wilson, designed by Robert Adam, rationalised in the intelligent landscapes of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, fuelled by experimentation and symbolised in the paintings of Joseph Wright of Derby - from the world’s first factory on the River Derwent to the architecture and landscapes of Kedleston and Chatsworth.
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