The Maclise Cartoon
|Dimensions||22.8 x 16.5cm|
|Fabric & material||Paperback|
|No. of Pages||48|
|No. of Illustrations||25|
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In this concise but comprehensive volume Annette Wickham looks in detail at the story of the cartoon’s creation and the reasons it has been hidden for so long, while military expert Mark Murray-Flutter offers an engaging analysis of the arms, equipment and characters portrayed in each scene. Featuring a full-colour fold-out of Maclise’s cartoon, the book will fascinate art and military enthusiasts alike.
Annette Wickham is Curator of Works on Paper at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Mark Murray-Flutter is Senior Curator of Sporting Firearms and Weapons at Royal Armouries, Leeds.
Waterloo: The Art of Battle', Royal Armouries, Leeds, 22 May ± 23 August 2015
Daniel Maclise: The Waterloo Cartoon', Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2 September 2015 ± 3 January 2016
Book contains 48 pages and 25 illustrations in colour.