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  1. Perugini reportedly had an affair with Valentine Prinsep during her marriage to Collins. After his death from cancer in 1873, Kate married another artist, Charles Edward Perugini. The couple married in secret in 1873, then had an official ceremony in 1874. She and Perugini had one child, Leonard Ralph Dickens Perugini.

    • Bedford College
    • Catherine Elizabeth Macready Dickens, 29 October 1839, London, England
    • British
    • Painting
  2. › artists › kate-peruginiKate Perugini | Artnet

    30 de abr. de 2019 · View Kate Perugini’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction prices.

  3. As ‘Kate Perugini’, her art has been largely ignored or forgotten about, a typical fate of Victorian female artists. Her male peers, many of whom were considered less accomplished than she during their lifetimes, are still talked about today, including her friends Marcus Stone and Valentine Prinsep.

  4. 31 de ago. de 2016 · Kate Perugini was a British painter who was born in 1839. Kate Perugini's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 517 USD to 84,000 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork.

  5. Portrait of Kate Perugini – Daughter of Charles Dickens spotlights a brilliant lady in black. The painting title points to her parentage. But there was much more to Catherine Elizabeth Macready Perugini (née Dickens). She was herself a painter and lived among the artistic elite all her life.

  6. Kate Perugini was the daughter of the novelist Charles Dickens. She first married Charles Alston Collins, the Pre-Raphaelite painter whose best known work, Convent Thoughts, is in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. After his death she married the artist Carlo Edward Perugini.

  7. › artist › kate-peruginiKate Perugini - Artvee

    Catherine Elizabeth Macready Perugini was an English painter of the Victorian era and the daughter of Catherine Dickens and Charles Dickens. Born Catherine Dickens and nicknamed Kate or Katey, she was Charles Dickens' youngest surviving daughter, and according to her siblings her father's favourite child.