Sir Edwin Henry Landseer

Standard Name: Landseer, Sir Edwin Henry


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Dedications Mary Elizabeth Braddon
MEB published a novel generally considered one of her best, The Lady's Mile, dedicated to Sir Henry Landseer and giving her identity allusively by reference to her most famous title.
Athenæum. J. Lection.
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Friends, Associates Elizabeth Rigby
While in London, ER renewed old friendships and established new. She socialized with Sir Edwin Henry Landseer , John Wilson Croker , Henry Chorley , Lord Lansdowne , and Anna Jameson (with whom she corresponded)...
Friends, Associates Emma Caroline Wood
Visitors to Rivenhall included Edwin Landseer , Anthony Trollope and George Meredith . Frequent visits of guests, coupled with the fact that the entire family was expected to participate actively in social life, gave the...
Reception Joanna Baillie
Charles Landseer (brother of Sir Edwin Landseer ) exhibited at the Royal Academy a painting from JB 's De Monfort; he had already painted Samuel Richardson 's Clarissa.
Baillie, Joanna. The Collected Letters of Joanna Baillie. Editor Slagle, Judith Bailey, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
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Theme or Topic Treated in Text Mary Elizabeth Braddon
The paired heroines of The Lady's Mile each tread close to being seduced across that camouflaged barrier after each has, for quite different reasons, entered a loveless marriage. The beautiful, aristocratic, and noble but impoverished...
Theme or Topic Treated in Text Anne Thackeray Ritchie
The previously published essays include pieces on Austen and Landseer , and the early Toilers and Spinsters.


1843: Thirty-eight years after the British naval...

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Thirty-eight years after the British naval victory of Trafalgar, the basic structure of Nelson 's Column, erected in the newly developed Trafalgar Square in honour of the victor, was finally completed.

1868: Sir Edwin Landseer's painting Braemar, Deer...

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Sir Edwin Landseer 's painting Braemar, Deer sold for £4,200; the Society of Female Artists ' catalogue of this same year lists prices in the range of £2 to £52 10s.


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