Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, RA
(English, 1793 - 1865)
Sir Charles Lock Eastlake
by John Partridge

Sir Charles Lock Eastlake (17 November 1793, Plymouth - 24 December 1865, Pisa) was an English painter, writer, and gallery director in the early 19th century. He is known for his translations of art-related texts by Goethe and Franz Kugler. He was the first Director of the National Gallery in the UK, holding the post from 1850 to 1865 when he died. He was also President of the Royal Academy of Arts from 1855 until his death.

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Name:Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, RA
Dates:1793 - 1865
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Tate Britain - London(United Kingdom - London)7 artworks
Victoria and Albert Museum - London(United Kingdom - London)4 artworks
Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter(United Kingdom - Exeter)2 artworks
Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery(England - Birmingham)1 artworks
Shipley Art Gallery(United Kingdom - Gateshead, Greater Newcastle)1 artworks
Williamson Art Gallery & Museum(United Kingdom - Birkenhead,Greater Liverpool)1 artworks
Lyme Park - National Trust(United Kingdom - Disley)1 artworks
Lake District - National Trust(United Kingdom)1 artworks
Amgueddfa Cymru - Cardiff(United Kingdom - Cardiff)1 artworks
Manchester Art Gallery(United Kingdom - Manchester)1 artworks
Sir John Soane's Museum - London(United Kingdom - London)1 artworks

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This person died over 70 years ago (in 1865).

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