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From 1896 onwards, the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, hosted an annual international exhibition. Founded by Andrew Carnegie, this was the only exhibition in the United States open on a yearly basis to overseas artists and provided and important, if understudied, outlet for British and Irish artists. This project focuses upon Augustus John, Laura Knight, William Nicholson and William Orpen, all of whom first exhibited in 1910.
Following studies in Architecture and working in a London practice, I decided to take the opportunity to undertake research in an understudied aspect of Anglo-American relations before, during and after the First World War.