Sophia Wharton Myddleton ( 5 de enero de 1814 - 27 de abril de 1871 ), conocida como Sophy Gray, fue arquitecta, dibujante y artista . Índice 1 Primeros años 2 Trayectoria 3 Obras 4 Véase también 5 Referencias 6 Enlaces externos Primeros años
Sophy Gray or Sophia Gray (5 January 1814 – 27 April 1871), was a diocesan administrator, artist, architect, horsewoman and the wife of Cape Town bishop Robert Gray.
- 27 April 1871 (aged 57), Cape Town
- 5 January 1814, Easington in Yorkshire
Sophy Gray nació el 5 de enero de 1814 en Easington en Yorkshire, la quinta hija del escudero del condado Richard Wharton Myddleton de Durham y Yorkshire. Sophy y sus dos hermanas fueron criadas en una familia opulenta, que poseía propiedades en North Riding y Durham.
05/09/2016 · Sophy Gray, the person. Youth Born on 5th January 1814, five years before Queen Victoria and more than 20 years before the Victoria era began. Let’s ponder that for a moment – more than 202 years ago. During the first twenty years of her life, slavery was acceptable – and a source of wealth to many families.
- Effie Gray's flight from Ruskin and marriage to Millais
- Gray as model
- Mental illness and marriage
- Final years
Sophia Margaret "Sophie" Gray, later Sophia Margaret Caird, was a Scottish model for her brother-in-law, the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais. She was a younger sister of Euphemia "Effie" Gray, who married Millais in 1855 after the annulment of her marriage to John Ruskin. The spelling of her name was, after around 1861, sometimes "Sophy...
Sophie Gray was born in October 1843 to Sophia Margaret Gray, née Jameson, and George Gray, a Scottish lawyer and businessman. Her maternal grandfather, Andrew Jameson, became Sheriff-substitute of Fife. Effie Gray, known initially to the family as "Phemy," was the first of fifteen children, and Sophie was the tenth—three sisters, one also named So...
On 25 April 1854 Effie left her husband on the pretence of visiting her parents in Scotland. Gray had been staying with the Ruskins, at their home in Herne Hill since just after Christmas 1853 and appears to have been complicit in her sister's flight. She and Effie were seen off in silence by Ruskin at the recently opened King's Cross station, wher...
For the next few years Gray continued to sit for Millais. After he and Effie moved to Annat Lodge, close to Bowerswell, she was readily available for this purpose, but while it seems she was beginning to displace Effie herself as a favored subject, it is unsurprising that Effie wanted to keep herself out of the public eye to a degree, following the...
In 1868 Gray became unwell. It is clear from letters at the time that she was suffering from anorexia nervosa. She also became restless and obsessed with music, especially piano playing. Her speech was often incoherent. In March 1869 Millais wrote to William Holman Hunt that Gray had "been ill a whole year, and away from home, with hysteria." At th...
During her final years, Gray spent much of her time alone with Beatrix, mostly living between Dundee and Paris. In 1880 Millais painted a final portrait of her, which was exhibited at the new Grosvenor Gallery. Mary Lutyens wrote of it that Millais "perhaps more than anyone, knew the secrets of Sophie's short life, and in her hauntingly sad express...
Meet Sophy Gray, the woman who designed many, many churches, including 4 in the Cape Overberg. Sophy Gray or Sophia Gray (5 January 1814 – 27 April 1871), was a Diocesan administrator, artist, architect, horsewoman and the wife of Cape Town bishop Robert Gray.
Sophy Gray Sophia (Sophy) Margaret Gray, later Sophy Caird ( Perth, oktober 1843 – 15 maart 1882 ), was een Schots schildersmodel, vooral bekend van werken van de prerafaëlitische kunstschilder John Everett Millais. Inhoud 1 Leven 2 Literatuur 3 Externe links 4 Noten Leven [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken]