Charles Lock Eastlake

Standard Name: Eastlake, Charles Lock

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death Elizabeth Rigby
She had been seriously ill since August. Her last words, Pray for my release,
Rigby, Elizabeth. “Preface and Memoirs”. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake, edited by Charles Eastlake Smith, J. Murray, 1895, p. Various pages.
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were spoken to a clergyman. Four days later she was buried beside her husband at Kensal Green Cemetery in...
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Rigby
ER 's husband, Charles Eastlake , was elected President of the Royal Academy ; he also received a knighthood that autumn, changing ER 's public name to Lady Eastlake.
Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
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Rigby, Elizabeth. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake. Smith, Charles EastlakeEditor , AMS Press, 1975.
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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Rigby
ER 's husband, Sir Charles Eastlake , accepted the post of Director of the National Gallery, at the urging of the Prime Minister and Prince Albert .
Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
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Rigby, Elizabeth. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake. Smith, Charles EastlakeEditor , AMS Press, 1975.
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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Rigby
ER 's husband, the painter Sir Charles Eastlake , died at Pisa.
Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Rigby
ER married Charles Eastlake at St John the Evangelist's Church in Edinburgh.
Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
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Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Rigby
After their wedding, ER and her husband, Charles Eastlake , settled at 7 Fitzroy Square, London.
Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
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Rigby, Elizabeth. “Preface and Memoirs”. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake, edited by Charles Eastlake Smith, J. Murray, 1895, p. Various pages.
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Friends, Associates Elizabeth Rigby
ER and her husband, Sir Charles Eastlake , feted the artist Rosa Bonheur in London.
Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
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Friends, Associates Elizabeth Rigby
ER and her husband, Sir Charles Eastlake , attended Gladstone 's party for the Italian patriot Garibaldi , who was visiting England.
Rigby, Elizabeth. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake. Smith, Charles EastlakeEditor , AMS Press, 1975.
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Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
111
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Rigby
In London, she met theCarlyles and John Gibson Lockhart 's daughter Charlotte . She was also introduced to her future husband, Charles Eastlake . She called on Agnes Strickland and Maria Edgeworth . Lord Shaftesbury
Friends, Associates Maria Callcott
In Rome they got to know the painter Charles Eastlake , and through him other artists, such as John Jackson and J. W. M. Turner . MC 's developing interest in the pre-Renaissance art of...
Occupation Elizabeth Rigby
The Russian journey launched ER 's literary career, through the success of the book she wrote about it. Already an experienced translator, she was encouraged by this success to write essays and reviews for periodicals...
Publishing Maria Callcott
Charles Eastlake 's illustrations for this work led to something of a vogue for representations of brigands.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Sir Charles Lock Eastlake
Textual Production Elizabeth Rigby
Four years after the death of her husband , ER anonymously published a series of seven letters addressed to widows as Fellowship: Letters Addressed to My Sister Mourners.
British Library Catalogue.
Textual Production Elizabeth Rigby
ER published a lengthy memoir of her late husband (completed in October 1869) in a new edition of his Contributions to the Literature of the Fine Arts.
Rigby, Elizabeth. “Preface and Memoirs”. Journals and Correspondence of Lady Eastlake, edited by Charles Eastlake Smith, J. Murray, 1895, p. Various pages.
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Lochhead, Marion C. Elizabeth Rigby, Lady Eastlake. John Murray, 1961.
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Textual Production Elizabeth Rigby
She translated many works, though her nephew Charles Eastlake Smith wrongly credits her with Franz Kugler 's Handbook of Painting: The Schools of Painting in Italy (two volumes, 1851), which her husband edited. Most library...

Timeline

January 1850
A Royal Commission was established to administer the Great Exhibition.