- Author:Elizabeth Baxandall,Doris Illingworth
- Publisher:Olympia Press (June 1999)
- Pages:71 pages
- Subcategory:Christian Living
- FB2 format1601 kb
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Michael David Kighley Baxandall, FBA (18 August 1933 – 12 August 2008) was a British art historian and a professor emeritus of Art History at the University of California, Berkeley. He taught at the Warburg Institute, University of London, and worked as a curator at the Victoria and Albert Museum. His book Painting and Experience in Fifteenth-Century Italy was profoundly influential in the social history of art, and is (2018) widely used as a textbook in college courses.
Elizabeth Gordon’s International Style. What I want to tell you about has never been put into print by us or any other publication, to my knowledge.
Illingworth, Elizabeth (maker). Materials and Techniques. Silk embroidery on linen. E I' On front; for Elizabeth Illingworth. Length: 9 in, Width: . in, Depth: . in. Object history note. Marks and inscriptions. Purchased from Messrs. Delomosne & Son, with money from the Bryan Bequest Funds. Registered file no. 1929/8466. Contains a Bible of 1610 and Book of Common Prayer of 1611. Historical context note. See . 43-1962 for details of design source.
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Mary Illingworth and her mother Elizabeth are buried in the north transept of Westminster Abbey. Their relative was Thomas Illingworth, postmaster of Lancaster. Richard Haly is presumably buried in Jamaica. The gravestone, near Robert Peel's statue, reads: Here lieth the body of Mary Illingworth who departed this life June 4th 1758. Also the body of Elizabeth Illingworth her mother who died January 28th 1760 aged 80 years.
Stone, Elizabeth W. (Winter 1986). The Growth of Continuing Education" (PDF). Library Trends: 489–513. Retrieved 15 March 2016. "Former Catholic University SLIS Dean Elizabeth Stone Dies".