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Title: Joseph Goupy's views
Keywords: Valletta (Malta) -- In art
Goupy, Joseph, 1686-1770 -- Criticism and interpretation
Grand Harbour (Valletta, Malta) -- In art
Issue Date: 2018-02
Publisher: Proximus Publishing
Citation: Vella, C. (Ed.) (2018). Joseph Goupy's views. Taste & Flair, 106, 97-98
Abstract: Joseph Goupy was an Anglo-French artist, born in France in 1686, who made his home in London and died there in 1770. He was a painter, printmaker, collector and curator, and a nephew of the French-born portrait painter Louis Goupy (c.1674-1747). Goupy visited Malta early in his career, producing four panoramic views of the port of Valletta, which to this day remain at Melbourne Hall, Derbyshire, once the seat of the Victorian prime minister William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne. The views were later engraved by Antoine Benoist.
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