This catalogue has some 2,000 full colour reproductions in 250 pages. The dimensions are 29.5 x 23.5 cm and the catalogues typically weigh between 1.8 - 2.8 kg.
This full-colour catalogue features some 2000 publicly owned oil, acrylic and tempera paintings from Kent. On display or in store in museums, civic offices and even a police station, the various seascapes, landscapes and portraits reveal much about the topography and history of the county. Artists with strong Kentish connections such as Thomas Sidney Cooper, Albert Goodwin, Charles Spencelayh and John Ward feature alongside works by van Dyck, Gainsborough, Kneller and Zoffany.
Canterbury City Council Museums and Galleries; Corridor Arts, Marlowe Theatre; Court Hall Museum; Cranbrook & Sissinghurst Parish Council; Cranbrook Museum; Dartford Borough Council Civic Centre; Dartford Borough Museum; Dartford Library; Deal Town Council; Dickens House Museum; Dover Collections; English Heritage, Walmer Castle; Faversham Town Council, Mayor's Parlour and Guildhall; Folkestone Charter Trustees; Folkestone Library – History Resource Centre; Gravesham Borough Council; Guildhall Museum, Rochester; Historic Dockyard, Chatham; Hythe Council Offices, Local History Room and Town Hall; Kent County Council, Arts and Museums; Kent Fire And Rescue Service Museum; Kent Police; Kent Police Museum; Maidstone County Hall; Maidstone Museum & Bentlif Art Gallery; Margate Library; Margate Old Town Local History Museum; Medway NHS Trust, Gillingham; Museum of Kent Life; Queenborough Guildhall; Ramsgate Library; Ramsgate Maritime Museum; Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive, Gillingham; Sandwich Guildhall; Swale Borough Council; Tenterden Museum Collection; Tenterden Town Council; Thomas Aveling School and Community Library; Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery