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Burne Jones and Proserpine. The Grosvenor also hung works by women in its first exhibition and included them every year. Among the most well-known were: Lindsay extended many invitations to foreign artists from America and the Continent: A group of prominent Impressionists wrote to Lindsay to request a show at the Gallery: The exhibition never happened and it is possible that Lindsay did not know of them or of the importance of their works Newall Lindsay was especially fond of American and Canadian artists, as well as German, Austrian, Polish, Belgian, Dutch and Scandinavian artists who exhibited at the Grosvenor.
Its summer exhibitions were of contemporary art, while its thirteen winter exhibitions from January to March,were varied: Old Masters, including drawings and extensive exhibitions of watercolors by deceased British artists and later by living ones by deceased artists in the first winter exhibition alone; Staley, Gradually, winter exhibitions turned to drawings and watercolors by contemporary artists and some retrospectives: In its last four years the Gallery also held autumn exhibitions, first of the work of Russian artist Vassili Verestchagin, then three autumn exhibitions devoted to works in pastel.
He had been friends with Lindsay since the s when they met in the rarified atmosphere of the artistic circles at Little Holland House. His Grosvenor paintings were also praised by Henry James who reviewed the second Grosvenor exhibition in The painting most discussed at the trial was Nocturne: Blue and Gold—Old Battersea Bridge.
Rather the practice was to ignore works they did not like, easily done in reviewing the hundreds of works exhibited at the RA. Clearly, these two had different views about how to value a painting; Ruskin resorted to a labor theory of value, and Whistler was expressing a new professionalism among artists that defined pricing by skill level not labor hours, similar to the way pricing was set for doctors and lawyers.
Bankrupt after the trial, he was forced to sell his home and then went to Venice to do a series of commissioned etchings. Upon his return, he wrote a bitter commentary on the trial. The Grosvenor was the subject of much parody and satire: Coutts Lindsay did the majority of the art selection and was often besieged by artists wanting his attention and requesting studio visits and by professional organizations that feared the Grosvenor threatened their exhibitions and their publicity in the press.
This exhibition was praised by some critics for its education of public taste Hewitt The Lindsays separated in He hired jeweler Joseph Pyke to come up with schemes to make money—a Clergy Club, circulating library, bookshop and dining room with an orchestra available for rent for private parties.
Such measures appeared to some artists, like Burne-Jones, as denigrating the high art purpose of the Grosvenor.
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