Rae-Ellis, Vivienne. Louisa Anne Meredith: A Tigress in Exile. St David’s Park, 1990.
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She was born into an English west-country professional or just-gentry family, and was a devout Anglican , who cared about whether or not her friends went to church and disapproved of her brother Joshua painting...
Both Charlotte and Branwell aspired to become artists. She studied drawing seriously, first with a private tutor, later at Roe Head, and after her return independently, by copying romantic illustrations from annuals such as Friendship's...
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Eden Hall school buildings and the surrounding landscape would later inspire the setting for her novel The Ivy Tree. The school emphasized training in the social graces and MS later commented that I learned...
SP won a national competition for a two-year scholarship to the Royal Academy of Art in London. Her name headed the list of competitors for the whole country
for this award.
Mulhallen, Jacqueline. “Sylvia Pankhurst’s Paintings: A Missing Link”. Women’s History Magazine, No. 60, pp. 35 - 8.
Romero, Patricia W. E. Sylvia Pankhurst: Portrait of a Radical. Yale University Press, 1987.
His apprenticeship to a print-maker included training in drawing medieval tombs. He also studied for some time at the Royal Academy of Arts .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Hamlyn, Robin, and Michael Phillips. William Blake. Tate Gallery, 2000.
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