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Robert Walker

(b. c. 1600) portrait painter


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Atonement: The Person and Work of Christ. By Thomas F. Torrance. Edited by Robert T. Walker.

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GASH, Robert Walker (1926 - 1986), Chief Executive, since 1973, and Clerk to the Lieutenancy, since 1972, Royal County of Berkshire; Clerk, Thames Valley Police Authority, since 1974

MACBETH, Robert Walker (1848 - 1910), painter

Macbeth, Robert Walker (1848 - 1910), painter, illustrator, printmaker

MACBETH, Robert Walker (1848 - 1910), Painter, watercolourist, engraver

Macbeth, Robert Walker (1848-1910), painter and etcher

Macbeth, Robert Walker (30 September 1848)

Nall-Cain, Charles Alexander (1866 - 1934), JP Liverpool; DL, JP Herts; Chairman of Peter Walker & Son (Warrington and Burton), Ltd; Chairman of Peter Walker (Warrington) and Robert Cain & Sons, Ltd, and Associated Companies; Deputy Chairman Liverpool Marine and General Insurance Co., Ltd; Trustee of the Liverpool Blue Coat Hospital; President of the Liverpool and Samaritan Hospital for Women, Liverpool; President Royal Infirmary, Liverpool, 1932–33

Now the Drum of War: Walt Whitman and His Brothers in the Civil War. By Robert Roper. (New York: Walker, 2008. viii, 421 pp. $28.00, ISBN 978-0-8027-1553-1.)

Robert Bruce Walker (1832—1901)

Robert Francis Walker (1789—1854) Church of England clergyman and translator

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Robert Walker (1710—1802) Church of England clergyman

Robert Walker (1716—1783) Church of Scotland minister

Robert Walker (1755—1808) Church of Scotland minister and subject of a painting by Henry Raeburn

Robert Walker (1801—1865) Church of England clergyman and physicist

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Robert Walker Macbeth (1848—1910) painter and etcher

ROYLANCE, Robert Walker (1882 - 1962), DL, JP Middlesex

Sidney to Robert Walker, Greenwich, 4 November 1576

Sidney to Robert Walker, s.l., 20 February 1576/7

WALKER, Christopher (Robert Baldwin) (born 1969)

Walker [formerly Bellenie, Bellenie-Walker], William Robert (1869-1918), diver

WALKER, George Robert (born 1942), Director-General, International Baccalaureate Organisation, 1999–2006

WALKER, Ian Royaards (1927 - 1985), Chairman: BP Oil Ltd, since 1985 (Deputy Managing Director, 1976; Chief Executive and Managing Director, 1981–85); BP Detergents Ltd, since 1979; Robert McBride Holdings Ltd, since 1978; Young’s Paraffin Light and Mineral Oil Co. (Ltd), since 1979

WALKER, James Robert (1829 - 1898), DL, JP

 

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(bc.1600/10; dJul./Dec. 1658).

English portrait painter. He has a certain niche in history as he was the portraitist most favoured by Oliver Cromwell and the Parliamentarians during the Interregnum (1649–60), but his work is generally dull and derivative (mainly of van Dyck). A few of his pictures, however, are more personal, including a portrait of the diarist John Evelyn (1648, NPG, London), showing him posing languidly with a skull.

Subjects: art.


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