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Not to seek gold but to paint : the British Columbian views of William G.R. Hind
In order to make more meaningful sense of William G.R. Hind's achievements, this thesis will consider a number of different issues. First of all, there is the vital question of Hind's relationship to the artistic milieu of Victorian England from which he emerged. In terms of both style and choice of subject matter his work bears obvious similarities to the products of contemporary English realism. The implications of Hind's allegiance to British trends must be examined. The first chapter willdoi:10.14288/1.0094895 fatcat:icdxcv35zvgxhnagy332iicyta