How to use Rowlandson in a sentence
According to the caricaturist, Thomas Rowlandson, chaos ensues.
Gillray's name, in my estimation, outweighs Cruikshank's at the foot of such publications, while Rowlandson's weighs less.George Cruikshank | W. H. Chesson
Consequently, Rowlandson is better known to the public by his least desirable prints, and under his most common-place aspect.
Rowlandson sent four known works to the Royal Academy, the season following .
In 1784, Rowlandson realised the full extent both of his powers of fancy and his mastery of the art of water-colour delineation.
Of this age, diversified with much which has been discarded, we accept Rowlandson as the fitting exponent.
British Dictionary definitions for Rowlandson
Thomas . 1756–1827, English caricaturist, noted for the vigour of his attack on sordid aspects of contemporary society and on statesmen such as Napoleon
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