Colvin, Sidney

   D.Litt.
(b. 1845)
   Writer on art, etc. A Florentine Picture-Chronicle (1898), Early Engraving and Engravers in England (1906), Lives of Keats, Landor; ed. Letters of Keats and R.L. Stevenson, and the Edinburgh ed. of the latter's works, etc.

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  • Sidney Colvin — literary and art critic.BiographyHe was born at Norwood, London. A scholar of Trinity College, Cambridge, he became a fellow of his college in 1868. In 1873 he was Slade professor of fine art, and was appointed in the next year to the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Marlow H. Colvin — Member of the Illinois House of Representatives from the 33rd district In office 2001 Personal details Born March 28, 1964 (1964 03 28) (age 47) Chicago, Illinois Political pa …   Wikipedia

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