As you know, I link to many fabulous sites. One of them is the Lordprice Collection, which has just changed its web address. The site’s owner, Tony Price, contacted me to tell me about the change and the many Georgian prints his site offers for sale. Mr. Price also included the following information:
I run the Lordprice Collection, which among other picture and web-related enterprises offers framed pictures to the public from my website. I have just undergone an upgrade, which has led to a change in all of the URLs. Would you be so kind as to change the link to: http://www.lordprice.co.uk/georgian.html?
I would be particularly pleased if you put in a link to the Thomas Rowlandson page, as he is my no. 1 favourite illustrator of all time; I have plenty more Rowlandsons to put up, when I get the time, so that would incentivise me to do so and thus spread the knowledge of his particular genius.
I have visited your side of the Pond a couple of times and heartily endorse your liking for the Isabelle Stewart Gardner museum – I went there only once, in 1981, but it remains my favourite. I’m surprised that you don’t mention my favourite London museum, the Sir John Soane (www.soane.org), which to me is the ultimate Georgian experience. But how can you not have Hogarth as one of your favourite artists?
Tony Price, The Lordprice Collection
+44 (0)7801 837129
Mr. Price, consider the changes made, and thank you for allowing me to use the images from this fantastic site! I see that you read my biography page. Although I did not list Hogarth, I think his paintings are divine. I have rather a soft spot for 17th and 18th century paintings, you see, and Hogarth ranks among the best. Vic
Rowlandson prints from the Lordprice Connection