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         Spencer Stanley:     more books (102)
  1. Stanley Spencer by Keith Bell, 2000-03-10
  2. The Last Romantics: The Romantic Tradition in British Art : Burne-Jones to Stanley Spencer
  3. Stanley Spencer: An English Vision by Fiona MacCarthy, 1997-10-20
  4. Stanley Spencer by Duncan Robinson, 1994-01-01
  5. Stanley Spencer by Timothy Hyman, Patrick Wright, 2001-03-01
  6. Stanley Spencer RA by Richard; Causey, Andrew; Casson, Hugh (fwd.) Carline, 1980
  7. Stanley Spencer. by Kitty Hauser, 2001-08-01
  8. Stanley Spencer: A Biography by Kenneth Pople, 1997-06
  9. Stanley Spencer, the man: Correspondence and reminiscences by Stanley. Ed. John Rothenstein Spencer, 1979
  10. Stanley Spencer - Religious Paintings by Unnamed Unnamed, 1965
  11. Private View of Stanley Spencer by Louise Collis, 1971-10
  13. A Stanley Spencer Almanack by Stanley Spencer, 1987
  14. Stanley Spencer: Letters and Writings by Adrian Glew, 2001-03-01

1. Stanleyspencer 2
This provides everything you need to know if your interested in the great Artist Stanley Spencer Welcome to the Stanley Spencer Web Site. This site is intended as an academic resource for students and others who wish
STANLEY SPENCER HOME PAGE Welcome to the Stanley Spencer Web Site. This site is intended as an academic resource for students and others who wish to study Spencer's work. It contains a bibliography and a separate page with comments on the usefulness (or otherwise) of the more important books concerned with Spencer. There is also a chronology of his life to enable those unfamiliar with his work to get some idea of how his ideas developed. I've also included a short guide to the more important collections of his work and a quick look at relevant news items. This site arose out of my studies at Birkbeck College, London University. Having been an admirer of his work for more than 20 years it seemed a good idea to use him as the subject of my dissertation. In view of his place as one of Britain's most important 20th century artists I was surprised to find he didn't have a dedicated Web site. Which is why this site was created. Fortunately Spencer's biographer Ken Pople has now launched his own site. You'll find a link in the 'Important Collections' and 'News' sections. I would welcome contributions from anyone with an interest in exploring Spencer's work. I'm particularly interested in the psychological aspects of the paintings. He had such a complex mind that I find it difficult to really grasp his psychology, perhaps someone with expertise in this field would like to contribute their thoughts on him. If you have any comments or wish to contribute, especially to the news page, E-mail me. All contributors will receive

2. Stanley Spencer
Stanley Spencer, Education Stanley Spencer, the son of William Spencer,a teacher of music, was born in Cookham, Berkshire, in 1891. When
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Stanley Spencer , the son of William Spencer , a teacher of music, was born in Cookham, Berkshire, in 1891. When Spencer was seventeen he entered the Slade School of Fine Art at University College , London. Other students at the Slade at that time included C. R. W. Nevinson and Mark Gertler . At the Slade he won the Composition Prize with The Nativity
On the outbreak of the First World War , Spencer joined the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) . For a while he worked at Beaufort Hospital in Bristol but in August 1916 he was sent as part of the 68th Field Ambulance to Salonika , a port being defended by General Maurice Sarrail and 150,000, British and French soldiers. In May, 1918, Stanley Spencer was asked to contribute to the government planned Hall of Remembrance

3. SPENCER Stanley - Fine Art Artist
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Extensive Landscape with a wrought-iron Gate
Study for the Month of January
Portrait of a Woman
Study for «The Resurrection of Soldiers, Handing in Crosses»
Study for the Month of January
Durweston Hills
«Beatitude 6: Consciousness»
Study for Resurrection of Soldiers
Study for the Resurrection of Soldiers
At the Piano
Study for Swan Upping at Cookham
The Quarry Woods, Cookham
Source of the Buna, Mostar, Yugoslavia
«Thomas McGlaughlin, Shipwright»
Shipbuilding on the Clyde
The Marriage at Cana Bride and Bridegroom
«Cartoon for The Firebelt, Burghclere Chapel»

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Henry Fletcher b. 1808 marries Margaret Brierley. Son-Eli Fletcher b1839 marries Mary Stanley b1845 Son- Federick William b1875 marries Emma Holt. Emma is the daughter of Richard Holt & Elizabeth Spencer(b.1857)Frederick & Emma came to Australia in 1912. Seeking parents/brothers/sisters of all these people, one of Frederick's brothers may have gone to America. Seeking "live" relatives in England today. Hope someone can help. Caryn J.
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6. Stanley Spencer - Tate Britian -
Stanley Spencer is one of the dominant figures of twentiethcentury Britishart. IMAGE spencer stanley The Resurrection, Cookham 1924-7 Tate 2001.
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Stanley Spencer is one of the dominant figures of twentieth-century British art. This major exhibition will bring together over one hundred of his paintings and drawings from private and public collections around the world. It aims to present a concise retrospective of one of Britain's best-loved painters, with emphasis on the particularly intense period of the 1930s. The exhibition will include a strong selection of the great, well-known works, but also many less familiar works, which have never been seen before. In addition there will be two specially made films; the first presenting the murals in the Sandham Memorial Chapel at Burghclere, the second a digital recreation of the Church-House project, Spencer's imagined space for much of his later work. Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) was an outstanding student at the Slade School of Art in London, and the first section of the exhibition is devoted to his early work reflecting the dual influence of Giotto and Gauguin. This early flowering culminates in masterpieces such as The Nativity (1912, University College London) and Zacharias and Elizabeth (1914, recently purchased jointly by Tate and Sheffield City Art Gallery); in both a biblical theme is embedded within the landscape of the Berkshire village of Cookham where he grew up and lived for much of his life.

7. Books Stanley Spencer An English Vision
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A Poet of Sexual Gloom
- Stanley Spencer at the Hirshhorn. by Christopher Benfey (Slate Magazine)

8. Magazine Reviews - Stanley Spencer
Stanley Spencer by Pernilla Holmes Stanley Spencer, Mar. 22June24, 2001, at Tate Britain, Milbank, London SW1P 4R6 England.
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"Stanley Spencer," Mar. 22-June 24, 2001, at Tate Britain, Milbank, London SW1P 4R6 England.
Perhaps jealous of the attention received by its new sibling across the water, Tate Britain has opened what is considered an assured crowd-pleaser for British art lovers a retrospective of the early modernist painter, Stanley Spencer (1891-1959). Critic Simon Jenkins of the Times of London, for one, cooed over the late artist's heartfelt narratives. Spencer's previous retrospectives (at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C., in 1997 and at the Royal Academy in London in 1980) amply demonstrated his religious fervor in images of his hometown of Cookham, the compassion he felt for his fellow residents and his quirky romantic and sexual obsessions. Spencer has frequently come across as a quaint village innocent, inextricably tied to small-town England. Forgotten has been the shock and controversy that his works originally provoked. In this new retrospective, however, Spencer's work appears more stylistically avant-garde than ever before. Spencer's early work is a synthesis of French Post-Impressionism and early Italian painting typified by Giotto. Spencer was a key member of the "Neo-Primitive" group, allied with David Bomberg, William Roberts and other young artists at the Slade College of Art.

9. The Richard The Second -- William Shakespeare T. J. B. Spencer Stanley Wells Mic
by William Shakespeare,. Edited by TJB Spencer and Stanley Wells,. by Michael Taylor.Penguin USA. Due/Published December 1981, 283 pages, paper. ISBN 0140707190.
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STANLEY SPENCER An English Vision Fiona MacCarthy Stanley Spencer's extreme combinationof the homely and the weird has baffled viewers of his paintings.
An English Vision
Fiona MacCarthy 1997 Art and Architecture
208 pp. 30 b/w + 85 colorplates, 9 1/2 x 10 1/2
Cloth ISBN 0-300-07337-2
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Stanley Spencer's extreme combination of the homely and the weird has baffled viewers of his paintings. In this book, MacCarthy investigates Spencer's life, sets his work in its cultural context, and emphasizes the links between his life and his paintings. This volume provides a comprehensive account of a profoundly original artist and his work. This book is the catalogue for an exhibit opening at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington on October 8, 1997, and later traveling to Chicago and San Francisco. "With extensive commentary on sixty beautiful reproductions of Spencer's paintings, this volume provides a comprehensive account of the work of a profoundly original artist." Apollo Magazine "Fiona MacCarthy's excellent text, which emphasizes biographical links with the art, supplements the 1992 complete-paintings catalogue by Keith Bell, providing a humane introduction to the disordered life of a bizarrely original artist."Alan G. Artner, Chicago Tribune "[MacCarthy's] essay is outstanding in its subtle flow of observation, feeling and thought."Frances Spalding

12. Abbot Hall Art Gallery - Stanley Spencer
STANLEY SPENCER Love, desire, Faith 19 June - 5 October 2002. Clickhere for catalogue. The main summer exhibition this year focused
STANLEY SPENCER Love, desire, Faith
19 June - 5 October 2002 Click here for catalogue The main summer exhibition this year focused on the paintings and drawings of one of the most extraordinary and best-loved British artists of the twentieth century. Stanley Spencer (1891-1959) is well known for his mysterious and visionary images of biblical scenes, intensely observed landscape paintings and brutally realistic and intimate portraits of the people he knew and loved. Spencer's paintings are very personal and his imagery is strange and fantastic, combining the real and the imaginary. Throughout his life he developed a unique vision, which explored his inner feelings towards religion and sexuality centred on his own life and relationships. The exhibition included a carefully selected group of paintings and drawings, which demonstrated Spencer's unique vision and his ideas. This exhibition was organised in collaboration with Tate as part of the Tate Partnership Scheme.

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John. Effingham, Lord. See Howard, William (II). Egerton, Alice spencer stanley(I), Countess of Derby (c.15551636). Patron (Countess of Derby's 1593).
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Eades, Richard. See Edes, Richard. Eales, Thomas (fl. 1616-61). Actor in academic play (Queen College, Cambridge 1622-3). [ Venn, ACant ii, 93 (1922); REED Cambridge Earle, John (fl. 1640). Actor (Prince Charles' (II)). [ Nungezer JCS ii, 429] Eaton, William (fl. 1622-28). Actor (Prince Charles' (I) 1622). [ Nungezer JCS ii, 429] Ecclestone, William ES ii, 314; Nungezer JCS ii, 429; Riddell, 'Actors' Eccles, 'Actors II' Edderington, Sir (fl. 1552-4). Author of show at Trinity College, Cambridge. [ Venn, ACant ii, 100 (1922); DTRB Edes, Richard (c.1552-1604) (Eedes). Latin playwright, royal entertainment contributor. [ Foster, AOx ES iii, 309; McGee and Meagher, 'Entertainments: 1558-1603' Sutton, Oxford Poetry by Richard Eedes and George Peele Edge, Roger REED Heref./Worc. Edgecombe, Peter (c.1536-1608). Patron (1561-8). [ Hasler, House of Commons ii, 74 (1981); Bindoff, House of Commons ii, 81 (1982); REED Devon Edgly, George (fl. 1620-47). Actor in academic play (Trinity College, Cambridge 1622-3). [ Venn, ACant

14. Stanley Spencer
Stanley Spencer. Stanley Spencer, the son of William Spencer, a teacher of music,was born in Cookham, Berkshire, in 1891. Sir Stanley Spencer died in 1959.

15. Index To Royal Genealogical Data - Ordered By Forename - Part 70
Spencer Scott, Cap. Compton, b. 6 MAR 1821; spencer stanley, Lord Chichester,b. 20 APR 1775; Spencer William, Surveyor Gore, b. 10 MAR 1850;
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16. Spencer, Stanley
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17. Stanley Spencer Online
stanley spencer British Painter, 18911959 Guide to pictures of works by stanley spencer in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. stanley spencer art links/last verified February, 27-28 2003
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19. Judith Whittet Essay On Stanley Spencer
ANALYSIS OF stanley spencer'S RESURRECTION BY JUDITH WHITTET. However, it is generallyacknowledged that stanley spencer was also very preoccupied with sex.
The Resurrection (1924-6) Artist: Stanley Spencer (b. 1891 - d. 1959)
2.7 x 5.5 m. Oil on canvas (also called The Cookham Resurrection) (Click on image for larger details)
Most of the artist, Stanley Spencer's figurative paintings are loaded with private mythologies and this painting is no exception. Just about every mark on the canvas has some sort of significance and obviously it would take far too long to try and interpret them all. Briefly, Spencer has set his 'Resurrection' in the churchyard at Cookham, Berkshire, England, where he was born and grew up and which remained the centre of the universe for the painter all his days. The river Thames is in the background. There is a boat with holiday makers on it - this was apparently a regular event in Cookham during the summer months. [ note 1
I am going to focus on the three main characters in this painting. They are Stanley Spencer the artist himself, his wife Hilda (who he married during the execution of this painting, in 1925) and Richard Carline, Spencer's friend and brother-in-law (that is Hilda's brother - both Hilda and Richard were also artists). Each character appears more than once in different guises.
Spencer has chosen his beloved home town to play out this Resurrection, people emerging from their graves to the heavenly paradise, Cookham. In such a transformation, the Thames becomes the river Styx and the holiday makers, the spirits of the dead. The painting is separated into three sections with the right side being predominantly Stanley's and focussing on his past life. The left side seems to be Hilda's and looks to the future, while the centre of the painting is in the present, the awakening to a new life. Richard who plays a lesser role, appears throughout.

20. Jana Stanley Genealogy
Family tree for Jones, spencer, Fahnestalk, and many other surnames.
htmlAdWH('7008143', '120', '30'); htmlAdWH('7002400', '234', '60'); Main Create Edit Help Jana Stanley Genealogy Welcome to my family tree site. This site is fairly new and always under construction. The names I am researching are towards the bottom of the page. If you have any info to share or any questions, please email me at
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Surnames included: Spencer, Joy, Otto, Olmstead, Searle, Williams, Jones, Hendrix, Haight, Buckley, Jago, Newkirk, Sherman, Fleming, Quick, Forvour, ... Fahnestock/Jones Family Surnames included: Jones, Spencer, Fahnestock, Gotz, Leluck, Chubb, Thomas, Scherry, Hendrix, Davis, Breese, Harris, Flemming, Stanley, Smith and more to come. Spina/Ciofani Family Tree surnames include: Spina, Ciofani, Petrucci, Gildone, Gardella, Bisciglia, DiNorcia, D'Agostino, Galassi, Grassi, Martellone, Gianfelice, D'Aulerio, ... currently under construction. Stanley Family Soon to come, surnames include Cocannouer, Jordan, Knight, Dunken/Duncan/Dutton Cooter, Greschner, Bryer, Snyder, and more! I am researching the following people/families: Please contact me if you have any info on these names.

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