Robert Gregory, 1881-1918 a centenary tribute

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Statementwith a foreword by his children; edited by Colin Smythe.
ContributionsGregory, William Robert, 1881-1918., Smythe, Colin
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LC ClassificationsN6797.G54R72
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Pagination40p.:
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL23748828M
ISBN 100861401085, 086140114

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Out of 5 stars Robert Gregory - a wonderful book. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on Febru Verified Purchase. This is a wonderful little book, published by Colin Smythe, about the life and Robert Gregory of Robert Gregory who died a fighter pilot during the First World War.

His mother was Lady Augusta Gregory/5(3). Robert Gregory Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire: Colin Smythe, © (OCoLC) Named Person: William Robert Gregory; William Robert Gregory: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Robert Gregory; Colin Smythe; W B.

A Centenary Tribute, with a foreword by his children "In the centenary clamour of and the celebrations and reconsiderations of O Conaire, Joyce, Stephens and Woolf, Colin Smythe's slim Robert Gregory might easily have been overlooked. It appears, however, that the editor of Books Ireland found it beguiling 1881-1918 book and so does this reviewer.

For one thing, although it is a centenary. The Irish Airman: Maj. William Robert Gregory () Me & Nu: Childhood at Coole Me & Nu: Childhood at Coole Ina thirty-five year old accomplished Irish artist walked away from his career Robert Gregory order to join the British war effort.

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Robert Gregory, A Centenary Tribute With a Foreword by His Children. Gerrards Cross, Pp 40, illustrated. Fine copy in wrappers.

Compliments slip inscribed to Michael Yeats from the editor, loosely inserted. Shop the latest titles by Sir Richard Gregory at Alibris including hardcovers, paperbacks, 1st editions, and audiobooks from thousands of sellers worldwide. As one of the premier rare book sites on the Internet, Alibris has thousands of rare books, first editions, and signed books available.

Robert Gregory A Buy from $ SMYTHE, Colin, ed.: Robert GregoryA centenary tribute with a foreword by his children, Gerrards Cross, Colin Smythe,40 p. Finding herself with time on her hands, after her husband's death inLady Gregory set about sorting out the correspondence left by the former's grandfather, William Gregory, who had been Under Author: 1881-1918 book Mortimer.

Robert Gregory (Landscape Artist and Portraitist) () The only child of Sir William Gregory, MP for Dublin City and later Galway County, Robert Gregory studied at Oxford University before enrolling in at the Slade School of Art in London.

Later, he also studied in Paris under JE Blanche. Estimate: € - € Description: Robert Gregory () A BOXING RING pen and ink with watercolour h:7 w in. Provenance: Robert Gregory's scrapbook; Cathach Books, Dublin; Whyte's, 9 Decemberex lot ; Private collection; Whyte's, 26 Maylot ; Whence purchased by the present owner The present works comes from the remains of a scrapbook belonging to the artist.

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"The Wild Swans at Coole" is a lyric poem by the Irish poet William Butler Yeats (–). Written between and earlythe poem was first published in the June issue of the Little Review, and became the title poem in the Yeats's and collections The Wild Swans at Coole. It was written during a period when Yeats was staying with his friend Lady Gregory at her home First published in: The Wild Swans at Coole (, ).

These include correspondence with family members, general correspondence, manuscript and typescripts of her writings, financial papers, and printed material from the 's to the 's.

Series 6 contains the papers of William Robert Gregory () and Margaret Gregory. Robert Gregory () and Margaret Gregory. These include some correspondence and financial papers. Series 7 contains miscellaneous family materials.

Arrangement Note Organized into seven series: (1) Robert Gregory papers, (2) William Gregory papers, (3) Robert Gregory and Elizabeth O'Hara Gregory papers, (4) W.H. Gregory papers, (5) Lady. Illustrated with photographs and reproductions of Gregory's artworks.

Very good indeed with very lightly spotted, marked and chafed dust wrapper. A tribute to Robert Gregory, noted artist, book illustrator and stage designer (including Abbey Theatre productions of Douglas Hyde, J. Synge and W.

Yeats [Yeats wrote a number of poems about him]). The Kiltartan history book. / By Lady Gregory. Illustrated by Robert Gregory. Isabella Augusta Persse, Lady Gregory () Category.

Books. Date. Robert Gregory () View more details. You might be interested in Place of origin. Dublin. The Irish airman in this poem is Major Robert Gregory (), only child of Yeats’s friend Lady Augusta Gregory.

He was killed on the Italian front. Tag: Robert Gregory A Centenary Tribute, with a foreword by his children "In the centenary clamour of and the celebrations and reconsiderations of O Conaire, Joyce, Stephens and Woolf, Colin Smythe's slim Robert Gregory might easily have been overlooked.

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“An Irish Airman Foresees His Death” is one of the three poems written on the occasion of the death of Yeats’s friend Robert Gregory. Critic John Lucas, in his book Modern English Poetry-Hardy to Hughes: A Critical Survey, mentions that this poem was not only used to mourn the loss of Gregory but also to “affirm his commitment to values.

An Irish Airman Foresees his Death - W.B. Yeats I found this poem, 'An Irish Airman Foresees his Death' extremely interesting and poignant. In this poem Yeats adopts the persona of Major Robert Gregory, the only son of Lady Gregory, whom the poet was great friends with.

Gregory, Robert view gallery. Biography: William Robert Gregory () studied at the Slade School of Art in London and worked in the Parisian studio of Jacques Emile Blanche. He was connected with Irish Revival circles through his mother, Augusta Gregory.

Robert Gregory was a painter and set designer for the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, and illustrated Lady Gregory's 'Kiltartan History Book. Speaker The poem is recited in first person. The speaker in this poem is Major Robert Gregory (), a close friend of Yeats, who had joined the British Air Force.

He is recounting the thoughts that are going through his mind as his death approaches. He died on. An Irish Airman Foresees His Death. Note: The Irish airman in this elegy is Major Robert Gregory (), only child of Yeats’s friend Lady Augusta was killed on the Italian front.

“I know that I shall meet my fate Somewhere among the clouds above. Her son Robert was the Irish airman of Yeats’ poem. Sir Hugh Lane was her nephew and she was to the fore in campaigning to have his pictures displayed in Ireland.

She is buried in Galway. Robert Gregory was born in London. His death gave rise to W.B. This auction consisted of oil paintings by Robert Gregory, antique wall clock from Coole House, mantel clocks, watches, papers, books and furniture. Robert Gregory ( – ) an accomplished artist painted a portrait of Joe Dooley’s grandfather Michael Dooley in   Gregory, Robert, () artist.

"The Fisherman." In The Wild Swans at Coole: Other Verses and a Play in Verse. Churchtown, Dundrum, [Ireland]: Cuala Press,pp. Limited Edition, one of copies.

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Gregory, Robert William Robert Gregory () studied at the Slade School of Art in London and worked in the Parisian studio of Jacques Emile Blanche. He was connected with Irish Revival circles through his mother, Augusta Gregory. First Edn., illus. by Joyce Dennys, cloth & d.w. Nuala Costello’s copy, Signed by her.

Mrs. Costello, author of Music of Connaught, lived at Tuam, and was a friend of the family; Robert Gregory –. Fludd, Robert, 1 plate Freher, D.A. 2 plates Froben, Johann 1 plate Josetsu 1 plate Gelderen, Gerrit van 4 plates Gregory, William Robert, 3 plates Hayter, Stanley William, 2 plates Kakemono 1 plate Kearns, Hugh 5 plates Keating, Seán, 1 plate Kivoshi, Otsuji 1 plate Korin 3 plates Kirkwood, J.

1 plate. Gregory, Augusta (–)Irish patron, author, playwright, and folklorist who co-founded the Abbey Theater in Dublin. Name variations: Lady Gregory. Born Isabella Augusta Persseon Maat Roxborough, County Galway, Ireland; died at Coole Park, County Galway, Ireland, on ; daughter of Dudley Persse (a landowner) and Frances (Barry) Persse; educated at home; married.

He married Augusta Perssethe youngest daughter of Dudley Persse of Roxborough, Co Galway. They had one son, Robert Gregory ( - ). For the past few weeks I have been leaning heavily on Lady Gregory’s Early Irish Writings - by James Pethica, recently published by Colin : Ronnie O'gorman.

Coole Park & The Gregorys: Gregory (Anne) Me and Nu: Childhood at Coole, 8vo Buckinghamshire (C. Smythe) First Edn., illus. by Joyce Dennys, cloth & d.w. Nuala Costello’s copy, Signed by her.

Mrs. Costello, author of Music of Connaught, lived at Tuam, and was a friend of the family; Robert Gregory –.

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8vo. pp Illustrated with black and white photographs. Very good in pictorial card covers. Once the headquarters of the Irish Literary Revival, it was here that Lady Gregory wrote her books, plays and articles: and played host toDouglas Hyde,Bernard Shaw, George Russell [AE].

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