William Rothenstein

Standard Name: Rothenstein, William


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Friends, Associates Frances Cornford
She sometimes drew in the studio of painter William Rothenstein , a friend of her parents. After reading and admiring one of her poems, however, Rothenstein encouraged her to write instead of paint. Frances then...
Friends, Associates Frances Cornford
Among friends entertained regularly or occasionally at Conduit Head were William Rothenstein , Eric Gill , Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson , Bertrand Russell , and Rabindranath Tagore .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
Friends, Associates Nina Hamnett
At this time she began to meet people connected with the modernist movement, like Carrington and Mark Gertler . She met and sat for the sculptor Henri Gaudier-Brzeska , and she also met the painter...
Friends, Associates Lady Ottoline Morrell
LOM continued to entertain in London, hosting such guests as Ethel Smyth , Elizabeth Bowen , Stephen Spender , Max Beerbohm , Hope Mirrlees , Djuna Barnes , Charlie Chaplin , the novelist Henry Green
Friends, Associates Dorothy Wellesley
This friendship led to others for DW , for on Yeats's later visits she invited people to meet him, including Lord David Cecil , Sir William Rothenstein , Rex Whistler , H. A. L. Fisher
Intertextuality and Influence Frances Cornford
The publication of the book was due, in part, to the influence of the painter William Rothenstein : having read some of Cornford's poetry, he persuaded her father to have a volume of her poems...
Intertextuality and Influence Frances Cornford
Cornford dedicated the book to William Rothenstein , who by wise encouragement and discouragement . . . first helped me to find out what I really wanted to create.
Cornford, Frances. Different Days. Hogarth Press.
Literary responses Ada Leverson
Robert Ross closed A Note of Explanation which he contributed to the book in a tone of well-meant condescension: if Prospero is dead we value all the more the little memories of Miranda.
Leverson, Ada, and Oscar Wilde. “Reminiscences of the Author”. Letters to the Sphinx from Oscar Wilde, Duckworth, pp. 19-49.
William Rothenstein


1917: Britain appointed its first official war...

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Britain appointed its first official war artists: Eric Kennington , William Orpen , and William Rothenstein .


Rothenstein, William et al. “Editors’ Preface”. Work and Days, edited by Thomas Sturge Moore and D. C. Sturge Moore, J. Murray, 1933, p. xv - xxii.
Rothenstein, William, and Michael Field. “Introduction”. Work and Days, edited by Thomas Sturge Moore et al., J. Murray, 1933, p. ix - xiii.
Farjeon, Eleanor, and William Rothenstein. The Country Child’s Alphabet. Poetry Bookshop, 1924.
Field, Michael, and William Rothenstein. Works and Days. Editors Moore, Thomas Sturge and D. C. Sturge Moore, J. Murray, 1933.