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Isabella Blow (1958–2007) by Mario Testino, 1998 Mario Testino / Art Partner; hat by Philip Treacy

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Blow, Isabella [née Isabella Delves Broughton] (1958–2007), fashion journalist and stylist, was born on 19 November 1958 at the London Clinic, 20 Devonshire Place, Westminster, the eldest child in the family of three daughters and a son of Major Sir Evelyn Delves Broughton, ...

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Costello, Dudley (1803–1865), journalist and illustrator, was born in Sussex. His father, James Francis Costello, who became a captain in the 14th regiment on 25 May 1803, was born in the barony of Costello, co. Mayo; he died in April 1814, leaving his wife, ...

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Lady Elizabeth Eastlake (1809–1893), by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, 1843–1848

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Eastlake [née Rigby], Elizabeth, Lady Eastlake (1809–1893), journalist and writer on art, was born in Norwich, Norfolk, on 17 November 1809, the third child and second daughter of Dr Edward Rigby (1747–1821), physician, and his second wife, Anne (1777–1872), daughter of William Palgrave...

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Jackson, Mason (1819–1903), wood-engraver and journalist, was born at Ovingham, Northumberland, the son of John Jackson, a husbandman, and the younger brother of the wood-engraver John Jackson (1801–1848). The elder brother, having learned his craft with Thomas Bewick, went to London and was joined about 1830 by ...

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Jane, (John) Frederick Thomas (1865–1916), author, journalist, and illustrator, was born in Richmond, Surrey, on 6 August 1865, the eldest of four sons and three daughters of the Revd John Jane, later vicar of Upottery, Devon, and his wife, Caroline, daughter of the ...

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Marshall, Benjamin (1768–1835), painter and racing journalist, was born on 8 November 1768 at Seagrave, Leicestershire, the only surviving son of eight children born to Charles Marshall and his wife, Elizabeth (d. 1772). Benjamin Marshall married Mary Saunders (d. 1827) of ...

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Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1889–1946) self-portrait, 1911 © Tate, London, 2004

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Nevinson, Christopher Richard Wynne (1889–1946), painter and journalist, was born on 13 August 1889 in John Street, Hampstead, London, the only son of Henry Woodd Nevinson (1856–1941), writer, journalist, and foreign correspondent, and Margaret Nevinson, née Wynne Jones (1858–1932), a leading suffragette and a writer. He was educated at ...

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Lanning Roper (1912–1983) by Valerie Finnis © Valerie Finnis; collection Royal Horticultural Society, Lindley Library

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Roper, Lanning (1912–1983), landscape gardener and journalist, was born on 4 February 1912 at West Orange, New Jersey, USA, the youngest of the three sons of Willet Crosby Roper (1877–1966), a banker, and his wife, Florence Emeline Eveleth (1874–1961). He had a happy and well-regulated childhood in ...

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Robert Baldwin Ross (1869–1918) by Sir William Rothenstein © Estate of Sir William Rothenstein / National Portrait Gallery, London

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Ross, Robert Baldwin (1869–1918), journalist and gallery owner, was born in Tours, France, on 25 May 1869, the youngest of seven children of John Ross (1818–1871), attorney-general of Upper Canada, and his second wife, Augusta Elizabeth (c.1832–1905), the daughter of Robert Baldwin (1804–1858)...

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Sheridan [née Frewen], Clare Consuelo (1885–1970), sculptor and journalist, was born in London on 9 September 1885, the only daughter and second of the three children of Moreton Frewen, landowner and sportsman-adventurer, of Brede Place, Sussex, and his wife, Clara, eldest of the three daughters of ...

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William Simpson (1823–1899) by unknown photographer, 1891 Christie's Images Ltd. (2004)

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Simpson, William (1823–1899), watercolour painter and journalist, was born on 28 October 1823 in a tenement in Carrick Street, Glasgow, the son of James Simpson (1791–1879), a marine engineer and mechanic, and his wife, Ann Johnstone (1786–1854). He spent fifteen months at a writing-school in ...

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Thorp, Joseph Peter (1873–1962), journalist and typographer, was born at 9 Widcombe Crescent, Bath, on 11 May 1873, the son of William Thorp (1823–1904), then an Anglican curate at Widcombe, Somerset, and his wife, Catherine Josephine, née Atkinson (b. 1847). His parents separated in 1875 when he was two. He was brought up by his mother as a Roman Catholic at the home, in ...