Elizabeth Southerden, Lady Butler

Standard Name: Butler, Elizabeth Southerden,,, Lady
Used Form: Elizabeth (Thompson), Lady Butler


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Family and Intimate relationships Lady Colin Campbell
Lord Colin 's counter-claim was that LCC committed adultery with at least four men. In April 1883 he had confronted her about her relations with their physician, Dr Bird .
“Lady Campbell’s Wrongs”. The New York Times, p. 3.
(27 November 1886): 3
Family and Intimate relationships Alice Meynell
AM 's sister Elizabeth , later Lady Butler, became a well-known painter. She earned high praise for her depiction of a battle scene in The Roll Call, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1874...
Friends, Associates Phyllis Bottome
They had secured an invitation when they met Meynell's sister, Lady Butler , while travelling in Italy. PB was fascinated by Meynell's poetry, which she read and reread with desperate thoroughness.
Bottome, Phyllis. The Challenge. Harcourt, Brace and Company.
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Stéphanie-Félicité de Genlis
Her Souvenirs de Felicie L*** originated several fictional elements in the legend of Lady Eleanor Butler and Sarah Ponsonby , the Ladies of Llangollen.
Mavor, Elizabeth. The Ladies of Llangollen. Penguin.
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4 May 1874: Elizabeth (Thompson), Lady Butler, exhibited...

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4 May 1874

Elizabeth (Thompson), Lady Butler , exhibited her painting Roll Call at the Royal Academy ; it was bought by Queen Victoria .

1879: Painter Elizabeth (Thompson), Lady Butler,...

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Painter Elizabeth (Thompson), Lady Butler , sister of poet Alice Meynell , fought unsuccessfully to become the first woman elected as a Royal Academy member.

1899: The Society of Lady Artists changed its name...

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The Society of Lady Artists changed its name to Society of Women Artists. The group, whose aim was to encourage women painters and sculptors, provided an annual opportunity to exhibit in London galleries.

1914: Nearly a century after the battle, artist...

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Nearly a century after the battle, artist Elizabeth, Lady Butler , painted On the Morning of Waterloo: her military subjects gained her a substantial following.


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