Anne Seymour Damer - English Sculptor Fra Dana - American Painter Francis Danby - Irish Painter Ken Danby - Canadian Painter George Dance II - English Painter/Architect Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland - English Painter Cesare Dandini - Italian Painter Michel-Francois Dandre-Bardon - French Bartholomew Dandridge - British Painter Josef Danhauser ...
A Royal Warrant of Precedence is a warrant issued by the monarch of the United Kingdom to determine precedence amongst individuals or organisations.. Most warrants of this type are issued to grant a rank to a member of the nobility or gentry that they would normally have enjoyed when their relative (usually their sibling) inherits a title, but failed to assume automatically due to such ...
The Household of the Princess Royal provides the administrative support to Anne, Princess Royal, second child and only daughter of The Queen. While the Princess Royal's private residence is Gatcombe Park ; her office, headed by the Private Secretary , is based at Buckingham Palace while her official London residence is located at St James's Palace .
Anne Seymour Damer (1749–1828), English sculptor; Anne Daw, Australian environmental activist; Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker (born 1960), Belgian choreographer; Anne Desclos (1907–1998), French journalist and novelist; Anne Diamond (born 1954), British journalist and broadcaster; Anne Distel (born 1947), French curator and art critic
Cécile Houdon traduit le roman anglais Belmour ,  de la sculptrice et romancière anglaise Anne Seymour Damer, qui est sa cousine par alliance. Avec son mari ils auront trois filles, Sabine (née en 1787), Claudine (née en 1788) et Anne-Ange (née en 1790) qui servent au sculpteur plusieurs fois de modèles pendant les années de la Révolution.
It was then that Anne stood up and said to the man: "You have a cloven foot!" The man went up through the roof, leaving behind a large hole in the ceiling. Soon Anne became mentally ill, and it is believed that the family was ashamed of Anne and locked her away in her favourite room - where she would be happy, yet out of everyone's view - which was known as the Tapestry Room.
British artists: List of great British artists and index to where their art can be viewed at art museums worldwide.