Eleanor (known as Ellen) Creathorne Clayton (married name Needham) (1834–1900) was an author and artist. She was born in Ireland but moved to London and is best known for her dictionary of English women painters.
Eleanor (known as Ellen) Creathorne Clayton (married name Needham) (1834–1900) was an author and artist. Queens of song: being memoirs of some of the most celebrated female vocalists who have appeared on the lyric state, from the earliest days of opera to the present time: To which is added a chronological list of all the operas that have been performed in Europe. Women of the Reformation.
Ellen Creathorne Clayton. English Female artists0: By Ellen C. Clayton.
v. 2. 2 volumes : 23 cm. "List of the principal authorities consulted for the first volume": v. 1, p. -viii.
Eleanor (known as Ellen) Creathorne Clayton (married name Needham) . English Female Artists, 2 volumes, 1876. Volume II of English female artists, includes an autobiography on page 324. Category:1834 births Category:1900 deaths Category:19th-century British women writers Category:19th-century British writers Category:19th-century British artists. Showing 40 of 52 results that match your query. There is a problem adding to cart. Product - English Female Artists V2 (1876). English Female Artists V2 (1876). Sold & Shipped by Books Direct.
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English female artists. Ellen Creathorne Clayton. London: Tinsley Brothers, 8 Catherine S. Strand, 1876. Physical Description. 2 v. : 23 cm. General Note. Decorative artists Elizabeth Campbell Collingridge, Emily Edwards (sister of Mrs. Sparkes), Louisa, Marchioness of Waterford, Priscilla Anne, Countess of Westmorland, Marion Margaret, Viscountess Alford, Lady Anne Loftus, Eleanor Vere Boyle, Lady Duckett, Lady Dunbar, Mrs. Hugh Blackburn, Mrs. Higford Burr, Mrs. Patty Harding, Mrs. Hussey, Mrs. Frank Johnstone Mitchell, Mrs. Pfeiffer, Mrs. Harriet Olivia Boddington.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. It is a difficult task to obtain a sparse list Excerpt from English Female Artists, Vol. 1 of 2. Excerpt from English Female Artists, Vol. Our native paintresses, as the old-fashioned art critics and compilers of biographical dictionaries quaintly term them, have left but faintly impressed footprints on the sands of time. They do not glitter in the splendour of renown, like their sisters of the pen or of the buskin.
by Ellen Creathorne Clayton. Published 1876 by Tinsley brothers in London. Biography, Women artists, Artists, Women.