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Colvin, Sir Sidney (1845–1927), art and literary scholar and museum administrator, was born at Norwood, Surrey, on 18 June 1845, the youngest of the three children (all sons) who survived infancy of Bazett David Colvin (1805–1871), East India merchant, and his wife, Mary Steuart (1821–1902)...

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Eastlake, Sir Charles Lock (1793–1865), painter and art administrator, was born at Plymouth on 17 November 1793, the fourth son of George Eastlake (d. 1820), judge-advocate and solicitor to the Admiralty, and his wife, Mary (d. 1823), daughter of Samuel Pierce...

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Hardie, Martin (1875–1952), art historian and art administrator, was born at 1 Clifton Villas, Pancras, London, on 15 December 1875, the son of James Hardie of East Linton, near Dunbar, and his wife, Marion Pettie. Two of his uncles, John Pettie (1839–1893) and ...

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Hendy, Sir Philip Anstiss (1900–1980), art administrator, was born at the Grammar School, Swifts Lane, Carlisle, on 27 September 1900, only son of Frederick James Robert Hendy, later director of the department of education, Oxford University (1919–28), and his wife, Caroline Isabelle, daughter of ...

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Philipson, Sir Robert James [Robin] (1916–1992), painter and art administrator, was born in Broughton in Furness, Lancashire, on 17 December 1916, the son of James Philipson, London, Midland, and Scottish Railway stationmaster, and his wife, Agnes Postlethwaite, who already had three children from a first marriage. ...

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Rothenstein, Sir William (1872–1945), artist and art administrator, was born on 29 January 1872 at 4 Spring Bank, Bradford, Yorkshire, the fifth of the six children of Moritz Rothenstein (1836–1915), a businessman, who came to England from Hildesheim, Germany, in 1859, and his wife, ...

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Waterhouse, Sir Ellis Kirkham (1905–1985), art historian and administrator, was born in Lynwood Avenue, Epsom, Surrey, on 16 February 1905, the only child of (Percy) Leslie Waterhouse, architect, and his wife, Eleanor (d. 1905), daughter of William Margetson of Streatham. From Marlborough College...