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Peter Frederick Anson (1889–1975) by Howard Coster, 1933 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Anson, Peter Frederick (1889–1975), monk, writer, and artist, was born Frederick Charles Anson on 22 August 1889 at 32 South Parade, Southsea, the son of Charles Eustace Anson (1858–1940), subsequently rear-admiral, and his wife, (Maria) Evelyn, née Ross (1863–1904). His father came from a family with strong connections to the ...

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Giberne, Maria Rosina (1802–1885), artist and convert to Roman Catholicism, was born on 13 August 1802 at Clapton, London, the seventh child of Mark Giberne (d. 1846), a wine merchant, and his wife, Rebecca Sharp (d. 1847). Her father came from French stock: the Huguenot ...

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Maker: (Arthur) Eric Rowton Gill

(Arthur) Eric Rowton Gill (1882–1940) self-portrait, 1927 © courtesy the Artist's Estate / Bridgeman Art Library; Art Collection, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, the University of Texas at Austin

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Gill, (Arthur) Eric Rowton (1882–1940), artist, craftsman, and social critic, was born at 32 Hamilton Road, Brighton, Sussex, on 22 February 1882, the eldest son and second of the thirteen children of the Revd Arthur Tidman Gill (1848–1933), minister of the Countess of Huntingdon's Connexion...

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Eva Sydney Hone (1894–1955) by Hilda van Stockum © reserved; by courtesy of the National Gallery of Ireland

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Hone, Eva Sydney [Evie] (1894–1955), artist and craftswoman, the youngest daughter of Eva Eleanor, née Robinson (d. 1894), and Joseph Hone (1850–1908), maltster and banker, was born on 22 April 1894 in Roebuck Grove, co. Dublin. Her family had been merchants, painters and manufacturers in ...

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Auguste Charles Pugin (1768/99–1832) by unknown artist private collection; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Pugin, Auguste Charles (1768/9–1832), artist and architectural draughtsman, was born in the parish of St Sulpice, Paris, one of the seven children of François Joseph Pugin (fl. 1765–1794), who was probably in the service of a German aristocrat resident in Paris, and of ...

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Wellington, Hubert Lindsay (1879–1967), artist and art teacher, was born on 14 June 1879 in Gloucester, the elder of the two sons of Caleb Joseph Wellington, the eponymous proprietor of a large printing firm in that city, and his wife, Katherine Potter. Like his father, ...