"The Greatest man in Newcastle" Portraits of the Victorian Coroner for Newcastle upon Tyne

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Abstract

The paper is a case study setting out the steps I took to identify, find, and analyse portraits of the Victorian coroner for Newcastle. The analysis will form part of the biographical approach to the life and work of JT Hoyle that informs my PhD thesis. As a result of my research the Laing Art Gallery have changed the attribution and the dates on the portrait of John Theodore Hoyle in their possession. I have also identified a previously unknown depiction of Hoyle in a painting in the Mansion House.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 12 May 2017
EventThrough a Legal Lens: Images of Crime and Criminals, Law and Lawyers - Newcastle, UK
Duration: 12 May 2017 → …

Conference

ConferenceThrough a Legal Lens: Images of Crime and Criminals, Law and Lawyers
Period12/05/17 → …

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