A Twilight Landscape: The hidden art of George James Rowe of Woodbridge (1804-1883)

Chloe Bennett

The art of George James Rowe has been out of sight for so long that the few known works in Suffolk museums and archives have led art historians to assess him only as a minor artist of the 'Suffolk School'. With the re-emergence of over five hundred works by George James Rowe at a Christie's sale in 2008, for the first time it has been possible to re-appraise his achievemntsand place him rightfully alongside the pantheon of Suffolk artists who followed in the footsteps of Gainsborough and Constable. 


Published by D K & M N Sandford in 2014.