Richard Stevens


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Richard John Samuel Stevens (1757—1837) composer and diarist

Stevens, Richard (died 1592), sculptor

Stevens, Richard (1541–2)

STEVENS, Richard William (1924 - 1997), Partner, Richard Stevens Design Associates, 1987–94

STEVENS, Richard (1542 - 1592), Painter, sculptor, medallist

Stevens, Richard John Samuel (1757 - 1837), composer, organist

Stevens, Richard John Samuel (27 March 1757)

Stevens, Richard John Samuel (1757-1837), composer and diarist

JANDRELL, Steven Richard (born 1957), Principal, Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate Foundation, since 2006

ARMSTRONG, Richard (Harold) (1874 - 1950), senior partner in firm of Alsop Stevens & Co., solicitors, Liverpool

Richard Steven Street. Everyone Had Cameras: Photography and Farmworkers in California, 1850–2000. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 2008. Pp. xvi, 718. $34.95

CHARVET, Richard Christopher Larkins (1936 - 2013), Consultant: Tyser & Co., 1999; Johnson Stevens Agencies, 1999–2000; General Manager, Morline Ltd (formerly Associate Director, Anglo Soviet Shipping Co. Ltd), 1988–94

Manual of Clinical Problems in Infectious Disease, 5th edition Nelson M. Gantz, Richard B. Brown, Steven L. Berk, and James W. Myers Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins, 2004. 574 pp. $49.95 (softcover)

BOWKER, (Steven) Richard (born 1966), independent non-executive Director: Football League Ltd, since 2012; Super League (Europe) Ltd, since 2014; Member, Football Association Council, since 2012; Commissioner, Football Regulatory Authority, since 2013; Member, International Committee, Football Association, since 2014

HIRSCH, Steven Richard - expert witness in psychiatry and private practitioner, Priory Hospital, since 2002; Professor of Psychiatry, Imperial College School of Medicine (formerly Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School), 1975–2002, now Emeritus


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(b Brabant, 1541–2; d London, 1592). English sculptor of Netherlandish origin. According to a document he was born in Bolnick, clearly a corruption of a place name as yet unidentified. He was a Protestant refugee who arrived in England in 1567 and settled in Southwark, London. He may be identifiable with the person of the same name who was affiliated to the Joiners’ Company of London and worked as a mason.


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

Subjects: Renaissance Art.

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