William Brown and the Louth Panorama by David Robinson and Christopher Sturman
Two-panel Panorama, now in Louth Town Hall, was created 1844-47 as seen by Brown from the top of St James’s scaffolded church spire. Is a major work of provincial art and a national treasure. Brown was a housepainter, newspaper reporter, dissenting Methodist and staunch teetotaller. 236 mainly colour illustrations plus pullout panels with transparent identification overlays. (144pp) Short listed for American History of Art Prize.
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