William Sawrey Gilpin

William Sawrey Gilpin (4 October 1762 – 20 January 1843) was an English artist, drawing master and, in later life, landscape designer.

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William Sawrey Gilpin - Further Reading
... Sophieke Piebenga, 'William Sawrey Gilpin (1762–1843) picturesque improver' in Garden History 222 (Garden History Society, 1994) Sophieke Piebenga, 'William. 48, (The Picturesque Society, 2004) Authority control VIAF 73700221 Persondata Name Gilpin, William Sawrey Alternative names Short description British artist Date of birth 4 October 1762 Place of birth Date of death ...
Hugh Sawrey - Recognition
... In 1964 Sawrey moved to Brisbane to become an artist full-time and he set up his first studio in the Royal Hotel in Queen Street, Brisbane ... In 1964 Sawrey met and married his wife Gill Sawrey on the Gold Coast ...
Near And Far Sawrey
... Near Sawrey and Far Sawrey are two neighbouring villages in the Furness area of Cumbria ... She lived at Hill Top Farm in Near Sawrey, first arriving at age 30 in 1896 ... date from at least the 14th century, when Near Sawrey was known as 'Sourer', becoming 'Narr Sawrey' by the 17th century (suggesting that Far Sawrey must have been in existence by this time) ...
William Sawrey Gilpin - Biography
... William Sawrey Gilpin was born on 4 October 1762, the son of the animal painter Sawrey Gilpin ... He attended the school of his uncle, William Gilpin, at Cheam in Surrey ... Gilpin married Elizabeth Paddock they had two (or possibly three) sons, one of whom seems to have remained dependent on his father ...
The Tale Of Johnny Town-Mouse - Illustrations
... The two men had a private golf course built at Sawrey and Johnny Town-Mouse is shown toting a bag of golf clubs in the book's cover picture ... Bolton at Hawkshead, a village two miles distant from Sawrey ... Bolton received vegetables every week from Sawrey and sent back laundry ...

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