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William Blake Richmond: Rome for four years and studied art. While in Italy, he met the painters Frederic Leighton and Giovanni Costa, both of whose work he admired. When Richmond
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Gaetano Meo: other British painters such as Ford Madox Brown, Edward Burne-Jones, Luke Fildes, Henry Holiday, Henry Holland (1839–1927), Frederic Leighton, Edwin Long
William Cruikshank (painter): Academy in Edinburgh, at the Royal Academy School in London with Frederic Leighton and John Everett Millais, and in Paris at the Atelier Yvon. His last
1895 in art: Rock Northeaster George W. Joy The Bayswater Omnibus Joan of Arc Sir Frederic Leighton Candida Flaming June Lachrymae Listener The Maid with the Golden Hair
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Bazaar: Gérôme Delacroix (1824–1904), Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps (1803–1860), Frederic Leighton (1830-1896), Eugène Alexis Girardet 1853-1907 and William Holman Hunt
Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts: John Everett Millais, William Holman Hunt, Edward Poynter, Frederic Leighton, George Frederic Watts and Edward Burne-Jones The Institute's old gallery in
William Lionel Wyllie: Academy he studied under Edwin Henry Landseer, John Everett Millais and Frederic Leighton, among others. He further demonstrated his precocious talent when
Robert Fowler (artist): of symbolism and Japonism. Artists who influenced Fowler included Frederic Leighton, Albert Moore, George Watts, James Whistler, Frederick Walker and
The Dawn of Love (painting): work of equal obscenity. Several luminaries of the art world such as Frederic Leighton intervened, and the exhibition went ahead. The Dawn of Love was also
Elizabeth Siddal: William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais (including his notable 1852 painting Ophelia), and especially by her husband, Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Elizabeth
1904 in art: Lenbach, painter (b. 1836) May 8 – Eadweard Muybridge, photographer (b. 1830) June 20 – Frederic Sandys, painter (b. 1829) July 1 – George Frederic Watts
Peasant Girl, spinning: the English neoclassicist painter John Waterhouse's Pompeiian Girl Spinning (1874; Private Collection) and Frederic Leighton's work Winding the Skein (1878;
Jean Benner: which was an artist colony at that time, its residents included Frederic Leighton, Walter McLaren, John Singer Sargent, Edouard Alexandre Sain, and
Sigismund Goetze: He was especially influenced by the work of Puvis de Chavannes and Frederic Leighton. The original plans were altered following the war to culminate in
James Mathews Leigh: artists received their early training at Leigh's academy including Sir Frederic Leighton, Sir John Millais, Philip Hermogenes Calderon, Henry Stacy Marks,
Randolph Caldecott: contributor to Punch), John Everett Millais and Frederic Leighton. His friendship with Frederic (later Lord) Leighton led to a commission to design peacock capitals
1864 in art: Saucer Frederic Leighton – The Painter's Honeymoon John Frederick Lewis – Captive Dove, Cairo Daniel Maclise – The Death of Nelson (wall painting for Palace
Juliet Harmer: had originally wanted to become a botanist; her great uncle, Sir Sidney Frederic Harmer, had been the director of the Natural History Museum in London,
Otho Cushing: sometimes-homoerotic style, often featuring classical figures, was influenced by Frederic Leighton, J. C. Leyendecker, and Aubrey Beardsley. Otho Cushing was born in
Marie Spartali Stillman: Brotherhood began as a favorite model, she soon trained and became a respected painter, earning praise from Dante Gabriel Rossetti and others. Marie Spartali
Aestheticism: that it was invented by the philosopher Victor Cousin, although Angela Leighton in the publication On Form: Poetry, Aestheticism and the Legacy of a Word
Stanhope Forbes: London Art School). By 1878 he attended the Royal Academy under Sir Frederic Leighton and Sir John Millais. Fellow students at the academy included Arthur
1884 in art: Holiday – Dante and Beatrice John Lavery – On the Bridge at Grez Frederic Leighton – Cymon and Iphigenia John Seymour Lucas – After Culloden: Rebel Hunting
Colin Hunter: friends and neighbours included Lord Leighton, George Frederic Watts, and Luke Fildes. He was predominantly a painter of seascapes and working fisher-folk
List of Légion d'honneur recipients by name (L): Champion/President French Golf Federation Jean-Marie Lehn Frederic Leighton, 1st Baron Leighton John A. Lejeune Thomas Lemar, World Cup winning footballer
Angelo Colarossi: of masculinity, such as An Athlete Wrestling with a Python by Frederic, Lord Leighton. Alfred Gilbert was commissioned to sculpt a memorial to Anthony
Aphrodite: painter Frederic Leighton displayed his Venus Disrobing for the Bath at the academy. The art critic J. B. Atkinson praised it, declaring that "Mr Leighton, instead
1855 in art: art. Gustave Courbet, having had several of his paintings rejected, including the monumental The Painter's Studio (L'Atelier du peintre, "a real allegory
Enrico Gamba: graduating, he toured Northern Europe with his friend, the English painter Frederic Leighton, then returned to Italy, where they frequented the Antico Caffè
Domenico Bruschi: properly achieved only by looking to the Renaissance. Costa even met Frederic Leighton in the Cafe Greco in 1853 and continued a lasting friendship. Costa
Holland Park Circle: the Holland Park district of West London. George Frederick Watts, Frederic Leighton, Valentine Prinsep, Luke Fildes, Hamo Thornycroft and William Burges
Ugolino and His Sons (Carpeaux): Daunou, 1910 The Kearsarge at Boulogne The Lacemaker (Maes) Lachrymae (Frederic Leighton) Lady at the Tea Table Lady with the Rose (Charlotte Louise Burckhardt)
1871 in art: Angeli – Crown Princess Victoria of Prussia George Frederic Watts – Portrait of Frederic Leighton Alfred Waud – A Home on the Mississippi James McNeill
Andrea Tafi (artist): Buffalmacco. Tafi is shown in Frederic Leighton's Cimabue's Celebrated Madonna (1853–1855); the subject matter of this painting is based on Giorgio Vasari's
The Sirens and Ulysses: influence on later artists, although it is credited as an influence on Frederic Leighton's 1858 The Fisherman and the Syren. Ulysses and the Sirens is one
Malcolm Warner: and Friendship and loss in the Victorian portrait: May Sartoris by Frederic Leighton (Yale University Press, 2009). Michael Granberry, "Kimbell promotes
Beauty Revealed: breasts surrounded by white cloth, the 6.7-by-8-centimeter (2.6 by 3.1 in) painting, originally backed with paper, is now in a modern frame. Goodridge, aged

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