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  • Author:
    Colin Smythe
  • ISBN:
    0861401085
  • ISBN13:
    978-0861401086
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  • Publisher:
    Colin Smythe (December 31, 1981)
  • Pages:
    40 pages
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    Arts & Literature
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Robert Gregory may refer to: Robert Gregory (MP for Weymouth and Melcombe Regis) (fl. 1588), MP for Weymouth and Melcombe Regis (UK Parliament constituency). Robert Gregory (MP) (1729–1810), English politician. Robert John Gregory, Member South Australian House of Assembly, electorate of Florey, 1982–1993. Robert Gregory (priest) (1819–1911), former Dean of St Paul's. Robert Gregory (flying ace) (1881–1918), Irish cricketer and artist. Bob Gregory (disambiguation).

Woolf, Colin Smythe's slim Robert Gregory.

A Centenary Tribute, with a foreword by his children. In the centenary clamour of 1982 and the celebrations and reconsiderations of O Conaire, Joyce, Stephens and Woolf, Colin Smythe's slim Robert Gregory. might easily have been overlooked.

Bibliographic Details. All books are returnable within ten days if returned in the same condition as sent

Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Colin Smythe, Gerrards Cross. Publication Date: 1981. Binding: Original wraps. All books are returnable within ten days if returned in the same condition as sent. All books are authenticated and described in adherence to the strict code of ethics and professionalism employed by the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America. Current customers will be invoiced with payment due in 30 days.

Robert Gregory (1881-1918) - artwork prices, pictures and values. Literature:Smythe, Colin, Robert Gregory, A Centenary Tribute, 1981, . 5 (illustrated). Provenance: Robert Gregory's scrapbook; Cathach Books, Dublin; Whyte's, 9 December 2006, ex lot 127; Private collection; Whyte's, 26 May 2007, lot 189; Whence purchased by the present owner The present works comes from the remains of a scrapbook belonging to the artist Robert Gregory; son of Lady Gregory of Coole Park, which sold through Whyte's in December 2006.

Robert William Gregory. Birthdate: May 20, 1881 (36). Birthplace: Galway, Galway, Ireland. Jan 23 1918 - Grossa, Padua, Veneto, Italy. Parents: William Henry Gregory, Lady Isabella Augusta Gregory (born Persse). Death: January 23, 1918 (36) Grossa, Padua, Veneto, Italy (killed in action).

Description: Robert Gregory (1881-1918) A BOXING RING pen and ink with watercolour h:7 w:. 0 in. Provenance: Robert Gregory's scrapbook; Cathach Books, Dublin; Whyte's, 9 December 2006, ex lot 127; Private collection. Robert Gregory was a Renaissance man, gifted both artistically and athletically. W. B. Yeats wrote several poems about him, referring to him as "our perfect man". For further information see Colin Smythe (e., Robert Gregory 1881-1918: A Centenary Tribute, Gerards Cross, 1981. View additional info. Lot 46: Robert Gregory (1881-1918). Estimate: €6,000 - €8,000.

Online Books by. William Robert Gregory. Gregory, William Robert, 1881-1918). Gregory, William Robert, 1881-1918, illust. The Kiltartan History Book, by Lady Gregory (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML).

Kiss Her Goodbye, Robert Gregory Browne, Excellent Book. Robert Gregory 1881-1918, 1st Ltd edt (1000) 1981 pub Colin Smythe.

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Editor Gregory (son of Sir Wm. Gregory, sometime Governor of Ceylon and Member of Parliament, and Lady Gregory, the godmother to the Irish Literary Revival) was not only the subject of some of Yeats' greatest poetry, but also a creator in his own right, as artist, designer of stage sets at the Abbey Theatre, book illustrator, a famous horseman, and cricketer. Marking the centenary of his birth, this includes contemporary writings about him and his paintings, Yeats' poetry, and many illustrations of his work.