Documents associated with: Hall, Lindsay Bernard
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System Number: 00631
Date: [March/April 1889]
Author: George Clausen
Recipient: William Christian Symons
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler C132
Document Type: PD/Ms
(p. 19) [...]
(p. 20) LIST OF EXHIBITORS.
ARMSTRONG, MISS E., CLIFF CARTH COTTAGE, PAUL, PENZANCE. 8-97.
— BALDRY, ALFRED LYS, 34, COMERAGH ROAD, WEST KENSINGTON, S. W.
— BATE, FRANCIS, Applegarth Studio BROOK GREEN
STUDIO, HAMMERSMITH, W. 11-13.
— BELGRAVE PERCY, 8, PERCY STREET, BEDFORD SQUARE, W. 95.
BELL, A. G., 4, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDENS. 27-61.
BELL, ROBERT A., 98A, WARNER ROAD, CAMBERWELL GREEN. 117.
— BLANCHE, JACQUES EMILE, 19, RUE DE FONTIS, PARIS. 51.
BOURDILLON, FRANK, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 87.
— BRAMLEY, FRANK, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 2-126.
BRINDLEY, J. ANGELL, 8, HIGHBURY GRANGE, W. 68-91.
— BROWN, FRED, 9, VICTORIA GROVE, FULHAM ROAD, S. W. 41-110.
— Bigland. P. 4 Wychcombe Studios. Haverstock Hill. N W.
— CHRISTIE, J. E. HOLTON HOUSE, CHURCH STREET 296 Church St, CHELSEA. 57-99.
— CLAUSEN, GEORGE, COOKHAM DENE, BERKS. 44.
— COGHILL, EGERTON B., 8, PENYWERN ROAD, EARL'S COURT 31.
CHARLES, JAMES, HARTING, NEAR PETERSFIELD. 34-79.
CURTIS, GEORGE D., FULHAM PLACE, HIGHER BROUGHTON, MANCHESTER. 78.
DADE, ERNST, 15, TRAFALGAR STUDIOS, MANRESA ROAD, CHELSEA. 115.
— DALZIEL, HERBERT, 7, OPPIDANS ROAD, N. W. 10.
— DALZIEL. OWEN, 7, OPPIDANS ROAD, PRIMROSE HILL, N. W. 88-104.
DAVIES, J. HEY, 26, BRAZENNOSE STREET, MANCHESTER. 105.
— DEGAS, 21, RUE PIGALLE, PARIS. 18.
DEMAINE, GEORGE, 4, BURNABY STREET, CHELSEA, S. W. 37.
— EMSLIE, A. E., THE STUDIO, 34, FINCHLEY ROAD, N. W.
— 'Arthur Hill - Hogarth Club -'
— FORBES, STANHOPE, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 36.
FOX, ERNEST R., FORDINGTON HOUSE, STROOD, ROCHESTER, KENT. 50-122.
— Guthrie Jas. 134 Bath St Glasgow
GARSTIN, NORMAN, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 72-103.
GOODALL, T. F., ELMS ROAD, DULWICH. 4-106.
— GOTCH, T. C. THE MALTHOUSE, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 3.
— Hood. Jacomb. 3 Wentworth Studios. Manresa Rd. Chelsea.
— HALL, L. BERNARD, STUDIO, 1, CATHCART ROAD, S. W. 70-125.
— HALL, FRED, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 67. Porlock - Somerset.
— HARRISON, ALEXANDER, C/O SHEPHERD BROTHERS, 27, KING STREET, ST. JAMES'S SQUARE. 108-113.
— HARTLEY, ALFRED, WENTWORTH STUDIOS, CHELSEA. 12-118.
— HAGUE, ANDERSON, TYNWYN, CONWAY. 92.
HENRY, JAMES L., 9, WARWICK PLACE, MAIDA HILL, W. 42.
HILL, THOMAS, 20, QUEEN SQUARE, WOLVERHAMPTON. 100.
— HUNT, E. AUBREY, ART CLUB, BLACKHEATH, BENNETT PARK. 69-83
— HATHERELL, WILLIAM, 11, ELM GROVE, CRICKLEWOOD, N. W. 29-124.
— Hacker. A. 74 Fellows Rd. South Hampstead. W.
JACKSON, FRED W., MIDDLETON JUNCTION, OLDHAM. 40-89.
— JAMES, FRANCIS E., VALEBROOK, ARC, HASTINGS. 17-19.
JOSEPH, MRS. LILY DELISSA, 112, HOLLAND ROAD, KENSINGTON, W. 75.
— KENNINGTON, T. B., BOLTONS STUDIOS, REDCLIFFE ROAD, SOUTH KENSINGTON, S. W. 86.
KERR, CHARLES, H. M., 6, WELLS STREET, W. 73.
— KING, EDWARD, SOUTH HARTING, PETERSFIELD, HANTS. 9-14.
— KING, GUNNING, SOUTH HARTING, PETERSFIELD, HANTS. 55.
— KNIGHT, JOHN B., PALACE CHAMBERS, 9, BRIDGE STREET, WESTMINSTER. 109.
— LAIDLAY, W. J., GLEBE HOUSE, GLEBE PLACE, CHELSEA. 55-102. 50 Circus Rd. St Johns Wood.
— LEE, THOS. L. STIRLING, MERTON VILLA STUDIO, MANRESA ROAD, CHELSEA. 76-127.
— LITTLE, G. LEÖN, 9A, ADDISON TERRACE, W. 120. The Kraal. Rudgwick. Sussex.
— LLEWELLYN, W. H. S., WENTWORTH STUDIOS, MANRESA ROAD, CHELSEA. 28-90.
— Lavery J. 160 Bath St Glasgow.
— Ludby. Max. [Le?] Hutte, Cookham Dean. Berks
— Moore - Albert. Holland Park, Kensington
— Melville, Arthur - (R. W. S.) - Edinboro'
MAITLAND, PAUL F., C/O TH. ROUSSEL, ESQ., 12, BOLTONS STUDIOS, SOUTH KENSINGTON. 48-114.
— MANN, ALEXANDER, KINGS HOLME, HAGBOURNE, BY DIDCOT, 53-121.
— MCLACHLAN, T. H., 8, ST. MARTIN'S PLACE, TRAFALGAR SQUARE, W. C. 116.
MENPES, MORTIMER, OSBORN LODGE, FULHAM, S. W. 16-22.
MORTON, GEORGE, BOLTONS STUDIOS, SOUTH KENSINGTON. 1-24.
NEWCOMBE, MISS BERTHA, NORTHCOTE, EAST CROYDON. 94.
NORDGREN, MISS ANNA, 10, BOLTONS STUDIOS, REDCLIFFE ROAD, S. W. 6.
OSBORNE, WALTER, 5, CASTLEWOOD AVENUE, RATHMINESS, DUBLIN. 7-60.
— PARKER, FREDERICK, H. A.. 17, KEPPEL STREET, RUSSELL SQUARE, W. C. 58.
— PATERSON, JAMES, KILLNESS, MONIAVE, N. B. 30-66.
PAULL, MRS. H. M., 1F, OXFORD & CAMBRIDGE MANSIONS, MARYLEBONE ROAD, N. W. 46.
— PEPPERCORN, A. D., WEST HORSELY, LEATHERHEAD. 71.
PETRIE, G. 85.
— Roche. A. 160 Bath St. Glasgow.
— RAVEN-HILL, LEONARD, 11, CHEYNE GARDENS, S. W. 34.
REID, ARCHIBALD D., ST. LUKE'S, KEPPLESTONE, ABERDEEN. 45.
— ROUSSEL, THEODORE, BOLTON'S STUDIOS, REDCLIFFE ROAD, SOUTH KENSINGTON. 33.
— ROWE, T. TRYTHALL, 29, SPRING GARDENS, CHARING CROSS 35-64.
— Rixon. W. A. Cookham Dean Berks
— SHANNON, CHARLES, 12A, EDITH TERRACE, EDITH GROVE, BROMPTON. 26.
— SHANNON, J. J., ALEXANDER STUDIOS, ALFRED PLACE, SOUTH KENSINGTON. 77.
— SHORT, FRANK, WENTWORTH STUDIOS, MANRESA ROAD, KING'S ROAD, S. W. 20-21.
— SICKERT, BERNARD, 12, PEMBROKE GARDENS, KENSINGTON. 59-80.
— Sargent John S. 33 Tite St. Chelsea.
— SICKERT, WALTER, 54, BROADHURST GARDENS, SOUTH HAMPSTEAD, N. W. 5-119.
— SIMPSON, HENRY, 10, TRAFALGAR STUDIOS, MANRESA ROAD, S. W. 82-123.
— SOLOMON J. SOLOMON, 112, HOLLAND ROAD, W. 101.
— STARR, SIDNEY, 38, ABERCORN PLACE, ABBEY ROAD, N. W. 25.
— STEER, P. WILSON, MACLISE MANSIONS, ADDISON ROAD STATION, W. 74.
— STOKES, ADRIAN, 13, HOLLAND STREET, KENSINGTON. 65.
STOKES, MRS. MARIANN, 13, HOLLAND STREET, KENSINGTON. 93-107.
— STOTT, EDWARD, C/O MR. JAMES NEWMAN, 24, SOHO SQUARE. 62-96.
TAYLER, A. CHEVALLIER, BELLEVUE, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 50.
— TUKE, HENRY S., LYNDON LODGE, HANWELL, W. 39-81.
TUKE, MISS MARIA, LYNDON LODGE, HANWELL, W. 25*
— VOS, HUBERT, GROSVENOR STUDIO, VAUXHALL BRIDGE, S. W. 38-84.
WRIGHT, ALAN, 109, SHEPHERD'S BUSH ROAD, W. 63.
WHISTLER, J. MCNEILL P. R. B. A., THE VALE, CHELSEA, 15-98.
— WALTON, E. A., 160 BATH STREET, GLASGOW. 43-49.
WEBSTER, ALFRED G., LINDUM ROAD, LINCOLN. 47-52.
YATES, C. B., THE MALTHOUSE, NEWLYN, PENZANCE. 23.
G. H. Boughton. A. R. A. -
W. L. Wyllie A. R. A. Hoo Lodge. Hoo nr Rochester.
C W Wyllie -
C W. Deschamps - Grosvenor Gallery.
E. A. Abbey -
F. D. Millet.
[p. 24, sketch of lion's head]
1. [March/April 1889]
This is a list of potential guests for the dinner held at the Criterion in JW's honour in May 1889.
This document consists of six pages torn from a printed Royal Society of British Artists exhibition catalogue. It has been written over with corrections in black ink. Page 19 contains the end of the index to the catalogue but is not the main focus of the list and has not been transcribed.
6. BALDRY, ALFRED LYS ...
Alfred Lys Baldry (1858-1939), writer on art [more]; H. Francis Bate (1853-1950), painter [more]; Percy Belgrave (ca 1858 - d.1926), landscape and genre painter [more]; Arthur George Bell (1849-1916), artist [more]; Robert Anning Bell (1863-1933), painter, sculptor, teacher, illustrator and print-maker [more]; Jacques Émile Blanche (1861-1942), portrait painter, art critic and writer [more]; Frank Wright Bourdillon (1851-1924), artist [more]; Frank Bramley (1857-1915), genre and portrait painter [more]; John Angell James Brindley (1859/1860-1937), artist [more]; Frederick Brown (1851-1941), landscape painter [more]; Percy Bigland (ca 1858 - d.1926), portrait, genre and landscape painter [more].
7. CHRISTIE, J. E....
James Elder Christie (1847-1914), portrait and genre painter [more]; George Clausen (1852-1944), painter and print-maker [more]; Egerton Bushe Coghill (1853-1921), landscape and figure painter [more]; James Charles (1851-1906), portrait and landscape painter [more]; George D. Curtis (b. ca 1862), artist [more].
8. DADE, ERNST...
Ernest Dade (b. 1868- fl. 1887-1901), genre painter [more]; Herbert Dalziel (1853-1941), painter, son of Thomas Dalziel [more]; Owen Dalziel (1861-1942), figure painter, son of Thomas Dalziel [more]; James Hey Davies (1844-1930), artist [more]; Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas (1834-1917), artist [more]; George Demaine (b. ca 1856), artist and art teacher [more].
12. Guthrie Jas....
James Guthrie (1859-1930), landscape and portrait painter [more]; Norman Garstin (1847-1926), print-maker [more]; Thomas F. Goodall (1857-1944), landscape, coastal and rustic genre painter[more]; Thomas Cooper Gotch (1854-1931), painter [more].
13. Hood. Jacomb...
George Percy Jacomb Hood (1857-1929), genre painter and graver [more]; Lindsay Bernard Hall (1859-1935), artist [more]; Frederick Hall (1860-1948), artist [more]; Alexander Harrison (1853-1930), figure and landscape painter; Alfred Hartley (1855-1933), painter and etcher [more]; Joshua Anderson Hague (1850-1916), landscape painter and watercolourist [more]; James Levin Henry (1855-1904/1929), artist [more]; Thomas Hill (1829-1908), painter and decorator [more]; Edmund Aubrey Hunt (1855-1922), landscape and rural painter [more]; William Hatherell (1855-1928), artist [more]; Arthur Hacker (1858-1919), painter [more].
15. KENNINGTON, T. B....
Thomas Benjamin Kennington (1856-1916), artist [more]; Charles Henry Malcolm Kerr (1858-1907), artist [more]; Edward R. King (1862-1951), artist and musician[more]; William Gunning King (1859-1940), artist[more]; John William Buxton Knight (1843-1908), landscape painter and watercolourist.
16. LAIDLAY, W. J....
William James Laidlay (1846-1912), artist [more]; Thomas Stirling Lee (1856-1916), sculptor [more]; George Leon Little (1862-1941), artist [more]; possibly Sir William Samuel Henry Llewellyn (1858-1941), artist [more]; John Lavery (1856-1941), painter [more]; Max Ludby (1858-1943), landscape and genre painter and engraver [more].
17. Moore - Albert....
Albert Joseph Moore (1841-1893), painter [more]; Arthur Melville (1855-1905), watercolour painter [more]; Paul Fordyce Maitland (1869-1909), artist [more]; Alexander Mann (1853-1908), landscape and genre painter [more]; Thomas Hope McLachlan (1845-1897), landscape painter [more]; Mortimer Luddington Menpes (1860-1938), artist [more]; George Morton (fl. 1879-1904), artist [more].
20. PARKER, FREDERICK, H. A....
Frederick H. A. Parker (d. 1904), landscape and genre painter [more]; James Paterson (1854-1932), painter [more]; Mrs H. M. Paull, artist and translator of children's books [more]; Arthur Douglas Peppercorn (1847-1926), landscape painter [more]; Graham Petrie (1859-1940), artist [more].
21. Roche. A....
Alexander Ignatius Roche (1863-1921), painter [more]; Leonard Raven-Hill (1867-1942), artist [more]; Archibald David Reid (1844-1908), artist [more]; Theodore Roussel (1847-1926), painter and print-maker [more]; Thomas ('Tom') Trythall Rowe (1856- after 1915), landscape painter [more]; William Augustus Rixon (fl. 1880-1936), landscape painter [more].
22. SHANNON, CHARLES...
Charles Hazlewood Shannon (1863-1937), painter and lithographer [more]; James Jebusa Shannon (1862-1923), genre and portrait painter [more]; Francis ('Frank') Job Short (1857-1945), printer and print-maker [more]; Bernhard Sickert (1862-1932), painter of landscape and still life, author [more]; John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), artist [more]; Walter Richard Sickert (1860-1942), artist and writer on art [more]; Henry Simpson (1853-1921), genre painter [more]; Solomon Joseph Solomon (1860-1927), painter [more]; Sidney Starr (1866 or 1867-1925), painter [more]; Philip Wilson Steer (1860-1942), painter [more]; Adrian Scott Stokes (1854-1935), landscape and marine painter [more]; Mrs Marianne Stokes (1855-1927), née Preindlsberger, painter [more]; Edward William Stott (1859-1918), landscape painter [more].
26. WRIGHT, ALAN...
Alan Wright (1864-1927), landscape and figure painter, illustrator[more]; James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903), artist [more]; Edward Arthur Walton (1860-1922), painter [more]; Alfred George Webster (b. ca 1855), landscape and genre painter, drawing master [more].