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Beauclerk, Diana, Lady, 1734-1808

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    • Beauclerck, Diana, Lady, 1734-1808
    • Bolingbroke, Diana St. John, Viscountess, 1734-1808
    • Spencer, Diana, 1734-1808
    • Beauclerc, Diana, Lady, 1734-1808
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        (naf) Richmond (Richmond upon Thames, London, England)
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        (naf) England
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    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Fairy tales -- Illustrations
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      • Sources

        • found: Grant, M. Dict. of Brit. landscape ptrs. ... 1976:p. 20 (Beauclerk, The Lady Diana; watercolor painter and draughtsman of romantic and landscape subjects, daughter of 3rd Duke of Marlborough; b. 1734, d. 1808)
        • found: Mallalieu, H. Dict. of Brit. watercolour artists ... 1976:p. 28 (Beauclerk, Lady Diana)
        • found: Waterhouse, E. Dict. of Brit. 18th cent. painters ... 1981:p. 44 (Beauclerck, Lady Diana; daughter of Charles Spencer)
        • found: Checklist of Brit. artists in the Witt Library, 1991:p. 16 (Beauclerk, Diana; also known as: Spencer, Diana, Miss; b. London 1734, d. Twickenham 1808)
        • found: RLIN data base, 08/03/92(hdg.: Beauclerk, Diana, Lady, 1734-1808; usage: Lady Diana Beauclerk)
        • found: Bolingbroke, F. Lord Viscount Bolingbroke against Lady Viscountess Bolingbroke ... [1768]:caption title (Lady Viscountess Bolingbroke); p. 1, etc. (b. the Hon. Diana Spencer; m. Lord Bolingbroke 8 Sept. 1757)
        • found: Oxford DNB database, 12 Aug. 2005(hdg.: Beauclerk, Diana; m. Frederick St. John, 2nd Viscount Bolingbroke; 22 Jan. 1768, the Viscount petitioned Parliament to dissolve his marriage; bill agreed to without amendment, 10 Mar. 1768. Two days later, Lady Diana married T. Beauclerk)
        • found: OCLC 2642350: Leonora, 1796(hdg.: Beauclerc, Lady Diana (Spencer), 1734-1808, ill.; usage: Lady Diana Beauclerc)
        • found: Wikipedia, June 30, 2013(Lady Diana Beauclerk; née Lady Diana Spencer; other married name Diana St John, Viscountess Bolingbroke; born 1734; died 1808; an English noblewoman and artist; illustrated a number of literary productions, including Horace Walpole's tragedy The Mysterious Mother, the English translation of Gottfried August Bürger's Leonora (1796) and The Fables of John Dryden (1797). After 1785 she was one of a circle of women, whose designs for Josiah Wedgwood were made into bas-reliefs on jasper ornaments. She died in 1808 and was buried in Richmond)
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        • 1992-07-29: new
        • 2013-09-24: revised
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