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Master of Arts


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Master of Arts

‘Masters both of arts and lies’: Metadrama and the Informer in Poetaster and Sejanus

The Rage to Master: The Decisive Role of Talent in the Visual Arts

Suggestions: Respectfully Offered to Certain Resident Clergyman of the University, in Behalf of the Church Missionary Society, by a Master of Arts

JACKSON, Henry (1839 - 1921), Regius Professor of Greek, Cambridge, since 1906; Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, since 1864, Vice-Master, 1914–19; Foreign hon. member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences

BELL, Robert Anning (1863 - 1933), painter, modeller, designer of stained glass, mosaic, and other decorative work; illustrator of books; Arts and Crafts Society; Past Master Art Workers’ Guild; medallist, Vienna, Milan, Barcelona, Turin, etc

WORKMAN, Harold (1897 - 1975), Painter in oil and water colour; Lecturer on colour and pigments, and demonstrator of landscape painting; Visiting master, Sir John Cass College, and Hammersmith School of Arts and Crafts

MACARTNEY, Mervyn Edmund (died 1932), Editor of the Architectural Review, 1906–20; Architect to the Dean and Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1906–31; late Consulting Architect to Durham Cathedral; one of the founders of the Art Workers Guild (Master, 1900); also one of the founders of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society

FRAMPTON, George James (1860 - 1928), sculptor; an Honorary Life Member of the Oxford Union Society, 1904; Hon. Associate, Royal Institute of British Architects; Member Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Milan; past Master of the Art Workers’ Guild; President Royal Society British Sculptors, 1911–12

ROERICH, Nicholas K. (1874 - 1947), Commander, Order of Imperial Russians of St Stanislas, St Anne and St Vladimir; Commander, First Class of Swedish Order of the Northern Star; French Legion of Honour; Yugoslavian St Sava I Class Grand Cross; Hon. President Roerich Museum, New York; President-Founder Master Institute of United Arts, New York; President-Founder International Art Centre of Roerich Museum, New York; Hon. President Union Internationale pour le Pacte Roerich, Bruges; Hon. Member of Bose Institute, Calcutta, and of Yugoslavian Academy of Art and Science; Vice-President of Archæological Institute of America; Academician of Russian Academy of Fine Arts; Member of Academy of Rheims, Sociétaire of Salon d’Automne, Paris, etc; Hon. Protector and President of 71 Roerich Societies in the world

ELGAR, Edward (1857 - 1934), Master of the King’s Musick since 1924; Hon. Freeman City of Worcester; Membre (Correspondant) de l’Institut de France (Académie des Beaux-Arts); Commandeur, Ordre de la Couronne and Associé Académie des Beaux-Arts (Belgium); Hon. Fellow and Hon. Freeman, Worshipful Company of Musicians (London); Hon. Member Royal Academy of Music (London); Member Maatschaapij tot Bevordering der Toonkunst (Holland); Mus. Doc. (Hon.) Cantab. 1900; Dunelm., 1904; Mus. Doc. Oxon 1905; Yale, USA, 1905; University of London, 1931; LLD (Hon.) Leeds, 1904, Aberdeen, Western University of Penn, USA; Hon. Professor Royal Hungarian Academy of Music; MA (Hon.) Birmingham; Corr. Member Société des Compositeurs de Musique (Paris); Hon. Academician Regia Accademia di Santa Cecilia (Rome); Accad. R. Istituto (Florence); Hon. Member Royal Swedish Academy (Stockholm); Hon. Fellow Royal College of Music; Hon. Fellow Royal College of Organists; Corresponding Member American Academy Arts and Letters, 1929; several Imperial Russian and German decorations (lapsed)

HUBBARD, (Eric) (1892 - 1957), landscape and architectural painter and etcher, writer and lecturer on art; founder of the Print Society and New Group; Hon. Treasurer of the Artists’ General Benevolent Institution; Trustee Imperial War Museum; Past Master of the Art Workers’ Guild; with Frank Whittington, founded the Forest Press, 1922; Cantor Lecturer, 1933; Silver Medal of Royal Society of Arts for lecture on Hogarth, 1932; de Laszlo Silver Medal, 1939; University Extension Lecturer in Art, London, Cambridge and Oxford Universities

FLETCHER, Banister (Flight) (1866 - 1953), architect, surveyor, author, lecturer; Barrister-at-law of the Inner Temple; Past Vice-Pres. and Hon. Sec. of Architectural Association; Hon. Member of the British Academy of Arts at Rome; Hon. Member of American Institute of Architects; Hon. Corres. Member of Société Centrale des Architectes Français; Member of Court of Common Council; one of HM Lieutenants of the City of London; Chairman of the City Lands Committee (Chief Commoner), 1921; Chairman of City of London School, 1914 and 1915; Chairman of Library Committee, 1917; Senior Sheriff of City of London, 1918–19; Chairman of Greater London Regional Planning Cttee 1927–33; Master of the Worshipful Company of Carpenters, 1937

John-Stevas, Norman Antony Francis St (1929 - 2012), PC 1979; FRSL 1966; Master, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, 1991–96, Life Fellow, 1996; Chairman: Royal Fine Art Commission, 1985–99; Royal Fine Art Commission Educational Trust, since 1985; Sky Arts, 2007–10; Grand Bailiff and Head of the Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem in England and Wales, since 2000; author, barrister and journalist

PRESCOTT, William (Henry) (1874 - 1945), Barrister-at-law (Gray’s Inn); Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts; Chairman, Metropolitan Water Board, 1928–40; Chairman, Lee Conservancy Board; Chairman, Lee Conservancy Catchment Board; Member of the Lee Valley Drainage Commission; Past President British Waterworks Association (Inc.); Member, Government Water Advisory Committee to the Ministry of Health; Member Government Roads Advisory Committee to the Ministry of Transport; Past Grand Deacon, United Grand Lodge of England; Past Master, Worshipful Company of Paviors: Liveryman, Worshipful Company of Glaziers; Freeman of the City of London; High Sheriff of Middlesex, 1929; and of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, 1938; Alderman of the Middlesex County Council, Chairman, 1936–37; Chairman of the East Middlesex Drainage Committee; Represents Middlesex County Council on the Metropolitan Water Board; Chairman, Edmonton Petty Sessional Division of County of Middlesex, 1936–42; Governor, Tottenham Grammar School; Governor of the Prince of Wales’ General Hospital (Tottenham); Past Chairman of Tottenham Polytechnic, Girls’ High School, County School, and Grammar School; MP (CU) North Tottenham, Dec. 1918–22; Consulting Civil Engineer

STEWART, Frederick (Charles) (died 1950), Chairman of Thermotank Ltd, Thermotank Engineering Co., Ltd, Glasgow, London, Liverpool and Newcastle, of Thermotank (SA) (Pty) Ltd Johannesburg, and of Thermotank (India) Ltd, also President of Thermotank (Canada) Ltd; Chairman: North British Locomotive Co., Ltd, Glasgow and London; North British Locomotive Co. (Africa) Ltd; Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd, Glasgow, London and Basingstoke; Kelvin & Hughes, Ltd; Clyde Confections Ltd; Deputy Chairman; Brown Bros & Co., Ltd; Henry Hughes & Son, Ltd; Director: William Baird & Co., Ltd; The Clydesdale & North of Scotland Bank, Ltd; Eagle Star Insurance Co., Ltd; Scottish Industrial Estates Ltd; Hillington Industrial Estates Ltd; Bruas-Perak Rubber Estates Ltd; Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd, Second Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd, Third Caledonian Trust Co., Ltd; S. Smith & Sons (England) Ltd; Midland Bank Ltd; Midland Bank Executors & Trustee Co. Ltd; Western Reversion Trust Ltd; Consulting Ventilating Engineer to Ministry of Sea Transport; Past President, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 1941–43 (now Hon. Member); Assessor to the Rector of Glasgow University; Hon. Vice-President: Glasgow County Scout Council; Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts; Glasgow Art Gallery and Museums Associations; Zoological Society of Glasgow; Vice-President Institute of Industrial Administration; Member of Council, Institution of Naval Architects; Governor, Royal Scottish Academy of Music; Member: Clyde Navigation Trust; Lloyds Register of Shipping (Glasgow Committee); Hon. Company of Master Mariners, London; Wardens’ Court, The Worshipful Company of Shipwrights, London; Institute of British Engineers; Admiralty Aeronautical Research Advisory Panel; Railway Staff Tribunal; Executive Council (and of Scottish Committee) of Festival of Britain, 1951; etc

Mountbatten, Louis (Francis Albert Victor Nicholas) (1900 - 1979), Governor of the Isle of Wight, 1965; Lord-Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight, since 1974; Personal ADC to the Queen since 1953 (Personal Naval ADC to King Edward VIII, 1936, and to King George VI, 1937–52); Col of the Life Guards, 1965; Col Commandant of the Royal Marines, 1965; Hon. Lt-Gen. and Air Marshal, 1942, and Hon. Colonel: Calcutta Light Horse, 1947; 292 Airborne Field Regt, 1947–55, 289 Parachute Regt, RHA(TA), 1956; 4/5th Bn The Royal Hampshire Regiment (TA), 1964–71; an Elder Brother of Trinity House; Grand President: Brit. Commonwealth Ex-Services League, 1946–74; Royal Life Saving Society; Royal Over-Seas League; Pres. of Council of SSAFA; King George’s Fund for Sailors; Royal Naval Film Corporation, Royal Naval Saddle Club, Sailors Home and Red Ensign Club, Gordon Smith Inst., Liverpool, Training Ship Mercury and Commando Benevolent Fund; Society of Genealogists; Britain-Burma Soc.; Past Pres., Soc. of Film and Television Arts; Mem. and Past Pres., Inst. of Electronic and Radio Engineers; Chm. and Founder, National Electronics Research Council; Commodore Sea Scouts; Mem. and Past Prime Warden Shipwrights’ Company; Hon. Mem. Honourable Company of Master Mariners; Mem. Mercers’, Vintners’ and Grocers’ Companies; Royal Swedish Naval Soc.; Inner Magic Circle; Sword of Honour and Freedom of City of London, 1946; High Steward, 1940, and First Freeman, 1946, of Romsey; Freedom of City of Edinburgh, 1954; Freedom of Paimpol, 1961

 

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In the Faculty of the Arts the bachelors (baccalarius) obtained, after some more years of study following the baccalaureate and after a final examination, the licence to teach as a ...

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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