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Greenaway, Kate, 1846-1901


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    • Catherine
  • Variants

    • Grinaṿe, Ḳeṭ, 1846-1901
    • Grinaṿai, Ḳaiṭ, 1846-1901
    • Greenaway, K. (Kate), 1846-1901
    • גרינוויי, קייט, 6481־1091
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    • found: Her Under the window, 1900.
    • found: ʻAner, E. Sefer zikhronot ṿe-yom huledet, c1986:t.p. (Ḳeṭ Grinaṿe)
    • found: RLIN, 09-01-93(Grinaṿai, Ḳaiṭ)
    • found: Knox, K. Fairy gifts, 1875:t.p. (K. Greenaway; ill.)
    • found: Greenaway, Kate. Marigold garden, 1885:title page (pictures and rhymes by Kate Greenaway)
    • found: Artemis Literary Sources, accessed May 3, 2016:"Kate Greenaway," James F. Kamp, Contemporary Authors Online, 2003 (Given name originally Catherine; known to friends and relatives as K.G.; born March 17, 1846, in Hoxton, London, England; died of breast cancer, November 6, 1901, in Frognal, Hampstead, London ... Author and illustrator of children's books; designed Christmas cards, birthday cards, and valentines; also designed and sewed the dresses she used as models for her paintings ...)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed April 25, 2016:Kate Greenaway (Catherine "Kate" Greenaway (17 March 1846 -- 6 November 1901) was an English children's book illustrator and writer ... Greenaway spent much of her childhood at Rolleston, Nottinghamshire ... Her first book, Under the Window (1879), a collection of simple, perfectly idyllic verses about children, was a best-seller ... Greenaway's paintings were reproduced by chromoxylography, by which the colours were printed from hand-engraved wood blocks by the firm of Edmund Evans ... Greenaway was elected to membership of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours in 1889. She lived in an Arts and Crafts style house she commissioned from Richard Norman Shaw in Frognal, London, although she spent summers in Rolleston, near Southwell ... Born: Catherine Greenaway, 17 March 1846, Hoxton, London, England; Died: 6 November 1901 (aged 55), Frognal, London, England ...) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Greenaway
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    • 1979-12-19: new
    • 2016-05-07: revised
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