Redgrave, Richard (18041888)

Redgrave, Richard, painter, born at Pimlico, in London; studied at the Royal Academy, won his first success in “Gulliver on the Farmer's Table,” became noted for his genre and landscape paintings, held Government appointments, and published among other works “Reminiscences” and “A Century of English Painters” (18041888).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Red River of the North
Red Sea
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Redditch
Redemptionists
Redesdale
Redeswire, Raid of the
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Redgrave, Richard
Reding, Aloys von
Redoubt Kali
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Red-tape
Rees, Abraham
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Reeve, Clara
Reeves, John Sims
Referendum
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