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Graphic Satire in Eighteenth-Century Britain at the Courtauld Institute of Art

I shall be teaching a new Special Option course for third-year undergraduates at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London from October 2018. Here’s a brief outline…. Graphic Satire in Eighteenth-Century Britain Dr Kate Grandjouan This course investigates one hundred years of graphic satire – a vigorous, reactive and humorous art form that flourished in… Read More ›

James Gillray@200: Caricaturist without a Conscience?

Saturday 28th-Sunday 29th March 2015, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, England Abstract: ‘Gillray’s French jokes: the ‘sick-list’ casualties of the 1790s’ For artists like James Gillray, churning out satirical images of the French in the 1790s was a necessary duty, and even more so for someone who, from 1798, was a salaried illustrator for the Anti-Jacobite Review…. Read More ›

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kategrandjouan

Art historian of eighteenth century British art writing a book about depictions of the French in English graphic satire. Currently based in Tel Aviv and interested in art, satire, ethnicity and identity

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