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...Le Mans Richelieu, Armand Jean Du Plessis, cardinal de Rome Paul Fréart de Chantelou was born in Le Mans on 25 March 1609. He was the third son of Jean Fréart, sieur de Chantelou and grand provost of Maine. Both he and his brother, Roland...
...Lowth, Robert Robert Lowth (or Louth) was born in Winchester on 27 November 1710 and died in Fulham on 3 November 1787. He was educated at Winchester and later at New College, Oxford (BA, 1733; MA, 1737). Although his first post...
...Hoare, Prince Prince Hoare was born in Bath and died in Brighton on 22 December 1834. He studied art at the Royal Academy and then under the German painter Anton Raffael Mengs in Rome. In 1785 Hoare stopped exhibiting paintings due...
...Leighton, Frederic Frederic Leighton was born in Scarborough on 31 December 1830 and died in London on 25 January 1896. He studied art in France, Belgium and Italy, and was influenced by the Nazarene style. In 1855 he exhibited at the Royal...
...Whistler, James Abbott McNeill James Abbott McNeill Whistler was born in Lowell, Massachusetts on 10 July 1834 and died in London on 17 July 1903. He studied art in France in the studio of Charles Gleyre, where he became closely associated...
...Nahm, Milton Charles Milton Charles Nahm was born 12 December 1903 in Las Vegas, New Mexico, and died on 5 March 1991 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. He studied at the University of Pennsylvania, receiving his BA, Phi Beta Kappa, in 1925. Nahm...
...Forbes, Avary William Holmes Avary William Holmes Forbes is a man about whom relatively little biographical information is known. After being awarded an MA from Trinity College Dublin, he was called to the Bar at Lincoln’s Inn in 1876...
...Allen, George George Allen is known only by his Some occasional Thoughts on Genius, a pamphlet of eighteen pages in which he apologizes for not having published a book called Observations in the Part of Painting. His subscribers...
...Edwards, Thomas Thomas Edwards died on 3 January 1757 on a visit to Parson’s Green. He followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and trained for the law, taking chambers in Lincoln’s Inn in 1721. Edwards himself claimed...
...Leland, Thomas Thomas Leland was born and died in Dublin. He was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, graduating BA in 1741, and was elected a Fellow there in 1746. In 1768 he became vicar of Bray in County Wicklow. In 1754 he published...