Quintin Colville, Kate Williams

Emma Hamilton: Seduction & Celebrity

2016-11-03 (First Published)

Main Details
Credits
Editor Quintin Colville
Introduction by Quintin Colville
Editor Kate Williams
Epilogue by Kate Williams
Foreword by Kevin Fewster
Contributing Writer Vic Gatrell
Contributing Writer Christine Riding
Contributing Writer Jason M. Kelly
Contributing Writer Gillian Russell
Contributing Writer Margarette Lincoln
Contributing Writer Hannah Greig
Publisher Thames & Hudson Ltd
Published in/by Arrangement with Royal Museums Greenwich
Designed by Adam Brown_01.02*
Printed and Bound by C & C Offset Printing Ltd*
Date
First Published 2016-11-03
Identifying Codes
ISBN 13 9780500252208
Price £29.95
Format Hardback
Publication Location London, UK
Genre
Page Count 280 pages
Language English
Chapters Introduction. Re-imagining Lady Hamilton (Colville)
1 Early Years. Sexual Exploitation and the Lure of London (Gatrell)
2 Romney's Muse. A Creative Partnership in Portraiture (Riding)
3 A Classical Education. Naples and the Heart of European Culture (Kelly)
4 International Celebrity. An Artist on Her Own Terms? (Russell)
5 Emma and Nelson. Icon and Mistress of the Nation's Hero (Lincoln)
6 Decline and Fall. Social Insecurity and Financial Ruin (Greig)
Epilogue. Emma Hamilton in Fiction and Film (Williams)
Notes Published to accompany the exhibition of the same name at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, 3 November 2016-17 April 2017
DDC per http://classify.oclc.org/classify2/ = 941.073092 = General history of Europe - British Isles - .Reign of George III, 1760- 1 820 Including formation of United Kingdom - persons

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