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Forbes, Stanhope Wikipedia (en)

Forbes, Stanhope Alexander, 1857-1947 Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

Forbes, Stanhope Alexander (British painter, 1857-1947) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Forbes, Stanhope Alexander ISNI-test

Forbes, Stanhope (Stanhope Alexander), 1857-1947 National Library of the Netherlands-test

VIAF ID: 22949653 (Personal)


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after a day's work Wikipedia (en)
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Dict. of Victorian painters, 1978: Library of Congress/NACO
the health of the bride Wikipedia (en)
[ stanhope a. forbes, a. r. a., and elizabeth stanhope forbes, a. r. w. s.] Wikipedia (en)
[ the 22nd january 1901: reading the news of queen victoria’s death in a cornish cottage] Wikipedia (en)
james jewill hill Wikipedia (en)
the lantern Wikipedia (en)
the lighting up time Wikipedia (en)
mrs forbes (the artist’s mother) Wikipedia (en)
off to the fishing grounds Wikipedia (en)
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portrait of elizabeth forbes Wikipedia (en)
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robert cyril morton jenkins Wikipedia (en)
second lieutenant alec forbes (d.1916) duke of cornwall's light infantry Wikipedia (en)
the seine boat Wikipedia (en)
self portrait Wikipedia (en)
sketches of english life and character. Wikipedia (en)
Slip Wikipedia (en) Library of Congress/NACO
stanhope a. forbes the slip dublin 1857-1947. Wikipedia (en)
Stanhope Forbes and the Newlyn School National Library of the Netherlands-test Library of Congress/NACO
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the violinist (walter barnes, conductor of the penzance orchestral society) Wikipedia (en)
the young apprentice (newlyn copperworks) Wikipedia (en)

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