Ancient views[ edit ] Most ancient cultures, including thinkers of Ancient Greece Ancient Chinaand Ancient India lacked the concept of creativity, seeing art as a form of discovery and not creation. The ancient Greeks had no terms corresponding to "to create" or "creator" except for the expression "poiein" "to make"which only applied to poiesis poetry and to the poietes poet, or "maker" who made it. Plato did not believe in art as a form of creation. Asked in The Republic "Will we say, of a painter, that he makes something?
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Margaret Burr, who is said to have been born inmarried the artist Thomas Gainsborough at the Mayfair Chapel, 15 July In a portrait said to be of James Burr and the work of Thomas Gainsborough was sold from the collection of the sitter's great, great-grandson at Barbizon House, the sitter being described in the sale catalogue as a commercial traveller who worked in the establishment of Gainsborough's father, a milliner and crepe-maker at Sudbury, Suffolk, and the brother of Gainsborough's future wife.
Jonathan Cape, that the artist's wife Margaret was the daughter of Frederick, Prince of Wales [Corri, ], a conclusion strengthened when she found mention in the Prince's circle at Kew of one John FitzFrederick Burr [Corri, ].
I have not seen any evidence to substantiate any part of this theory. Margaret Burr is generally said to have been born in but Frederick, Prince of Wales, did not come to England until December There does not appear to be any contemporary evidence that she had a brother.
The descendants of one Alexander Burr who had children by a wife Jane Anderson baptised at St Cuthbert's, Edinburgh between andhave a pedigree [information kindly supplied by Dr J. Daniel and Elizabeth had no known child of that name and the parentage of Alexander Burr seems unknown.
Without further evidence it seems possible that James Burr was invented to give a name to the portrait at its sale in Page 31 - Hon. The date of death of Anne Vane, as mentioned in my book, has been variously stated.
BP sub Barnard of Barnard's Castle]. It would seem, however, that she actually died on Friday, 26 March Anne Vane is to be privately interred at Bath'.
Joseph Chester's authority for his statement that Anne's daughter Amelia Vane was born and baptised about midnight, April [Chester ], would seem to be the report in the London Evening Post Saturday, 21 April Mrs Anne -- was deliver'd of a Daughter at her house in Grosvenor Square, who died in two Hours, after having been batized in the Name of Amelia.
Her Son, of which she was formerly deliver'd, is in very good Health". The latter is misleading as the previous Saturday is clearly intended.
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Admitted pensioner Trinity College, Cambridge, 13 June ; matric. Michaelmas, ; named in will of father, Aged 12, 'Eylife' [Census]; at home, [Census]; executrix to father, Aged 8, [Census]; scholar at home, [Census]; not named in will of father, He had married Lucy Jane Pugh. She died [information from Mr John Prytherch].
Aged 6, [Census]; scholar at home, [Census]; executrix to father, Aged 4, [Census, 'Susannah']. Aged 2, [Census]; scholar at home, [Census]; named in will of father, He was born and died [information from John Daniel Prytherch]. They had issue with a daughter: She had died before They had issue a son and daughter [information from John Daniel Prytherch].
Scholar at home, [Census]; named in will of father, ; with mother, unmarried, mariner, [Census]. Of Monmouth, sole legatee and executrix to husband, Scholar at home, [Census]; named in will of father, ; with mother, unmarried, annuitant, [Census]; living Scholar at home, [Census]; named in will of father, Anne Williams, Lady Prendergast d.
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