Barlow, P. J. “Benjamin Robert Haydon and the Radicals.” The Burlington Magazine 99, no. 654 (September 1957): 311-12.
Records Haydon's unsuccessful attempt to paint the May 1832 scene at Newhall Hill in which the Birmingham Political Union gathered to celebrate the success of Reform.
Brooks, E. L. “An Unidentified Article by Benjamin Robert Haydon.” Keats-Shelley Journal 6 (1957): 9-12.
Proposes that Haydon was the source of an article in John Scott's A Visit to Paris in 1814 (1815), in which the author reported on his reactions to a visit to the Louvre.
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