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      GB/NNAF/P21024
Nettleship, John Trivett (1841-1902) 

Gender: Male

Functions, occupations and activities
Animal and genre painter, illustrator and author ; born in Kettering, England ; attended Cathedral School, Durham ; worked in his father's solicitor's office ; studied at Slade School of Art, London ; undertook many sporting activities, including accompanying Sir Henry Cotton on a mountaineering expedition to the Alps ; exhibited at the Royal Academy, London (1874-1901) ; travelled to India (1880) ; as an author, published "Essays on Robert Browning's poetry" (1868) and "George Morland and the evolution from him of some later painters" (1898) ; his eldest daughter married Augustus John.

Thesaurus
ANIMAL PAINTERS
GENRE PAINTERS
ILLUSTRATORS

Relationships
Family relationship with Nettleship, Ida (1877-1907)
Daughter

Family relationship with John, Augustus Edwin (1878-1961)
Son-in-law


Archival Resources
Number noted: 5

Letter from,
Held at: City of Westminster Archives Centre
Document reference: Acc 988/58

Letter to Samuel Barnett, 1896
Held at: London Metropolitan Archives
Document reference: LMA/4266/A/144

References to death of, 1902
Held at: National Library of Wales
Document reference: NLW MS 22799D, ff.3-34
Other information: Catalogue of Augustus John Papers (NLW)

Drawings, c1875-1902
Held at: University of Reading: Special Collections
Document reference: MS 727
Other information: Guide 1983
Comments: Access by appointment only

Letters to Charles Elkin Mathews, 1870s-1890s
Held at: University of Reading: Special Collections
Document reference: MS 392
Other information: Reading University: Catalogue of Manuscripts
Comments: Papers listed


Date of creation: 07 November 2002, 14:42:55