Tate Britain’s Dr. Martin Myrone Explores the Life and Art of Richard St. George in ‘From Gainsborough to Gothic Nightmares,’ at Philadelphia’s Museum of the American Revolution, March 5
Although it is little known, the story of Irish artist and soldier Richard St. George is one of the most visually rich stories of the Revolutionary era for someone of his status. In fact, twenty-two works of art that St. George either posed for, personally created, or helped to create are known to survive and have been reunited for the first time from across the globe in the Museum of the American Revolution’s special exhibition Cost of Revolution: The Life and Death of an Irish Soldier. "Cost of Revolution," installation view.Museum of the American Revolution On Thursday, March 5, 2020 at 6 p.m., Dr.
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