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Alexander Master


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Alexander Master

MASTERS, Alexander (1848 - 1936)

Alexander Master (1420–50)

Gresse, John Alexander (1741-1794), painter and drawing master

Newport, Alexander of [called Alexander the Mason] (fl. c. 1235-1257), master mason

IMPEY, Edward Alexander (born 1962), Director-General and Master of the Royal Armouries, since 2013

CLARKE, Edward Lionel Alexander (1837 - 1917), Master of the Supreme Court (Chancery Division), 1880–1912

BARRATT, Gilbert Alexander (born 1930), Master of the Supreme Court, Chancery Division, 1980–97

Ruthven, Alexander, master of Ruthven (1580?-1600), nobleman and alleged conspirator

DEER, William Alexander (1910 - 2009), Emeritus Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology, Cambridge University; Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 1966–75 (Hon. Fellow, 1978)

MITCHELL, Alexander (1871 - 1934), Lt-Col late Fife and Forfar Yeomanry; JP, DL Fifeshire and Clackmannanshire; BA Oxon; FRGS; Master, Lauderdale Foxhounds

WILSON, Alexander (1837 - 1907), JP; Managing Director and Chairman of Messrs Cammell & Co., Cyclops Works, Sheffield; Master Cutler of Sheffield

HARLEY, Alexander (George Hamilton) (born 1941), Master Gunner, St James’s Park, 2001–08; Senior Military Adviser, Thales Defence Systems, 2003–12

BOYD, John Alexander (1837 - 1916), Chancellor of High Court Province of Ontario; Governor of M’Master University

Alexander Cozens (1717 - 1786), Painter, drawing-master, theorist and John Robert Cozens (1752 - 1798), Painter, draughtsman, printmaker

WHITEHOUSE, Walter Alexander (1915 - 2003), Professor of Theology, University of Kent, 1965–77; Master of Eliot College, University of Kent, 1965–69, and 1973–75

WANSBROUGH, Dom (Joseph) Henry (born 1934), Master, St Benet’s Hall, Oxford, 1990–2004; Alexander Jones Professor of Biblical Studies, Liverpool Hope University, since 2011

STONOR, Edward Alexander (1867 - 1940), late Chief Clerk and Taxing Master of Private Bills, House of Lords; retired 1932; Secretary of Anti-Socialist and Anti-Communist Union

ENGLISH, Terence (Alexander Hawthorne) (born 1932), Master of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, 1993–2000; Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Papworth and Addenbrooke’s Hospitals, Cambridge, 1973–95

 

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[Master of the Alexander Romance] (fl c.1420–50). Illuminator, active in France. He is named after the Romance of Alexander (London, BL, Royal MS 20.B.XX), which was connected by Pächt and Alexander with the miniatures in two Books of Hours of Paris Use (c. 1420–30; Oxford, Bodleian Lib., MS. Liturg. 100; and Stonyhurst, Lancs, MS. 33). All three of these manuscripts as well as others were thought by Meiss to be the later work of the master of the Harvard hannibal.

From The Grove Encyclopedia of Northern Renaissance Art in Oxford Reference.

Subjects: Renaissance Art.



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