Frederick Brown

(1851—1941) painter

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D. S. MacColl

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(b Glasgow, 10 Mar. 1859; d London, 21 Dec. 1948).

British painter, critic, lecturer, and administrator. From 1890 to 1895 he was art critic of the Spectator and from 1896 ...


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Dame Ethel Walker

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(b Edinburgh, 9 June 1861; d London, 2 Mar. 1951).

British painter and occasional sculptor. In 1900 she became the first woman member of the New English Art Club and ...

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Henry Tonks

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(b Solihull, Warwickshire, 9 Apr. 1862; d London, 8 Jan. 1937).

British painter, draughtsman, and teacher. He was interested in art from childhood, and in 1893 he abandoned his...

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Jack Butler Yeats

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Painter, illustrator, novelist, and dramatist, brother of W. B. Yeats; he contributed for many years to Punch (1910–41) under the pseudonym ‘W. Bird’, and also did many...

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New English Art Club

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Artists' society founded in London in 1886 in reaction against the conservative and complacent attitudes of the Royal Academy. The founders—largely artists who had worked in...

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Robert Bevan

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(b Hove, Sussex, 5 Aug. 1865; d London, 8 July 1925).

British painter and lithographer. During the 1890s he travelled a good deal and he met Gauguin at Pont-Aven in ...

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Slade School of Fine Art

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London. A training school for artists founded in 1871 as part of University College London. It is named after the art collector Felix Slade (1788–1868), who in his will endowed chairs of...

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