System Number: 08682
Date: [9/16 May 1884?]
Recipient: Charles William Dowdeswell
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Rare Books and Manuscripts Division
Document Type: AD
X Archibald Forbes -
X Mitford -
W. C. Alexander.
McLaren - M. P.
- Sickert -
X Willie Wild -
- Chichester -
- Croft -
- Craigie - Mr & Mrs.
X Burnand -
X Du Maurier
X Tom Armstrong -
X Hon Mrs. Percy Windham -
X Lady Elcho [sic]-
X Lady Windsor -
X Lady Ribblesdale -
X Lady Milner -
- Lady X Maidstone
John Burr. 86. Adelaide Rd.
St Johns Wood.
X Cauty. H.
20. Gordon Place. Campden Hill
X East. A. 14. [Adams?] Rd.
Belsize Park. N W
X Grace. J. Milford Godalming.
X Henley. L. Parkfield Studio
Park Rd. Haverstock Hill
X Hill. Arthur. 117 Abbey Rd
X Holmes. G. 62 Cheyne Walk
- Holyoake. W.
X [Hayton?] House 238
Marylebone Rd -
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1. [9/16 May 1884?]
This is probably a list of those to be invited to the private view for 'Notes' - 'Harmonies' - 'Nocturnes', Messrs Dowdeswell, London, 1884, on 17 May.
2. Charles William Dowdeswell
Charles William Dowdeswell (1832-1915), art dealer [more].
3. Archibald Forbes
Archibald Forbes (1838-1900), journalist and war correspondent [more].
Algernon Bertram Freeman-Mitford (1837-1916), Lord Redesdale (1886), diplomat, Secretary of the Office of Works, and collector [more].
5. W. C. Alexander.
William Cleverly Alexander (1840-1916), banker and patron [more].
6. McLaren - M. P.
Charles Benjamin Bright McLaren (1850-1934), first Baron Aberconway, lawyer, MP and collector [more].
Walter Richard Sickert (1860-1942), artist and writer on art [more].
Mortimer Luddington Menpes (1860-1938), artist [more].
9. Willie Wild
William Charles Kingsbury Wilde (1852-1899), journalist [more].
Thomas Croft (1805- after 1888), clergyman [more], and his wife.
12. Craigie - Mr & Mrs.
L. W. Craigie, unidentified, and his wife.
Francis Cowley Burnand (1836-1917), barrister, dramatist and journalist [more].
14. Du Maurier
George Louis Palmella Busson Du Maurier (1834-1896), author and caricaturist [more].
15. Tom Armstrong
Thomas Armstrong (1832-1911), artist and Director of Art, South Kensington Museum [more].
Fanny Kemble (1809-1893), actress [more].
17. Hon Mrs Percy Windham
Madeline Caroline Frances Eden Wyndham (1835-1920), née Campbell, artist [more].
18. Lady Elcho
Lady Elcho (b. 1862, m. 1883), née Mary Constance Wyndham, wife of Viscount Elcho [more].
19. Lady Windsor
Alberta Victoria Sarah Caroline Clive (m. 1883, d. 1944), née Paget, Lady Windsor [more].
20. Lady Ribblesdale
Charlotte Monkton Lister (d. 1911), née Tennant, wife of Sir T. Lister, Baron Ribblesdale [more].
21. Lady Milner
Lady Adeline Milner (1859?-1902), wife of Sir F. G. Milner [more].
Possibly Richard Whiteing (1840-1928), journalist and novelist [more].
23. Lady X Maidstone
Louisa Augusta, Viscountess Maidstone (1848/1849-1932), née Jenkinson, society hostess [more].
John P. Burr (1831-1893), genre painter [more].
Horace Henry Cauty (1846-1909), historical and genre painter [more].
Alfred East (1849-1913), landscape painter and etcher [more].
James Edward Grace (1851-1908), landscape painter and illustrator [more].
28. Henley. L.
Lionel Charles ('Bill') Henley (1843-1893), genre painter, RBA auditor [more].
29. Hill. Arthur.
Arthur Hill (fl. 1858-1893), landscape, genre and portrait painter [more].
George Augustus Holmes (1861-1911), painter [more].
William Holyoake (1834-1894), genre and historical painter [more].