Grimshaw transcribed the fog and mist so accurately as to capture the chill in the damp air, and the moisture penetrating the heavy clothes of the few figures awake in the misty early morning. Grimshaw left behind no letters, journals, or papers.
His reputation rested on, and his legacy is based on, his townscapes. There was a revival of interest in Grimshaw's work in the second half of the 20th century, with several important exhibitions devoted to it.
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John Atkinson Collection:. Henry William Banks Davis - Apollinary Goravsky - Edward Burne-Jones - Edouard Riou - James McNeill Whistler - Bertalan Szekely - Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema - Thomas Moran - Franz Richard Unterberger - Atkinson had edited the magazine since Until , Stereophile was published in New York by The Enthusiast Network , a publisher of special interest magazines. The magazine was formerly based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
In , Stereophile was acquired by Petersen Publishing. Features include their annual "Records to Die For" section, where each editor and writer reviews two outstanding albums of their choice, and the bi-annual "Recommended Components" issue in which audio equipment which has been reviewed in the recent past are classified as "A, B, C or D" level components, with "A" being the most highly recommended.
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