Lady Elizabeth Eastlake

Born: 1809
Died: 1893
Journalist and writer on art, in Britain. Miss Elizabeth Rigby; in 1849 married Charles Lock Eastlake R.A., who was knighted in 1850 and was President of the Royal Academy from 1850 to 1865.
Works of Art: 0
Books: 3
Archives: 8
Eastlake, Elizabeth   Life of John Gibson, R.A., sculptor ; edited by Lady Eastlake - London 1870   
Kugler, Franz Theodor   [Kugler's Hand-Book Of Painting.] - The Schools Of Painting In Italy. Translated, From The German Of Kugler, By A Lady. Edited, With Notes, By Sir Charles L. Eastlake, P.R.A., F.R.S. With Upwards Of One Hundred Illustrations, Drawn On Wood, By George Scharf, Jun., From The Works Of The Old Masters Mentioned In This Book, Engraved By John Thompson And Samuel Williams. Second Edition, Thoroughly Revised, With Much Additional Matter. In Two Parts. - Part I. (II.) - London: 1851.   
Eastlake, Charles Lock, P.R.A.   Second Series. Contributions To The Literature Of The Fine Arts By Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, F.R.S., D.C.L., &c. Late President Of The Royal Academy, And Director Of The National Gallery. With A Memoir Compiled By Lady Eastlake. - London: 1870.   
GI/1/327    William Theed, 12 A. Henrietta St, Cavendish Sq. to Carissimo Signor Cavaliere [John Gibson]    05 Jun 1856    Item   
GI/1/240    Mary E. Lyell, 53 Harley St, London, to [John] Gibson    30 Jan 1865    Item   
GI/1/204    Emily Huskisson, Eartham, Chichester, to [John] Gibson    13 Sep 1854    Item   
GI/1/189    Your neglected but doating Slave [Harriet Hosmer], Antignano, to My inconstant but still Beloved [John Gibson]    04 Sep [c. 1860]    Item   
GI/1/176    Susan Horner, Hotel Bellevue, Dresden, to [John] Gibson    08 Sep 1860    Item   
RAA/SEC/6/17    Letter from Lady Elizabeth Eastlake    1879    Sub-series   
GRI/3/451    Elizabeth Eastlake, 7 Fitzroy Square, to George Richmond    25 Feb 1871    Item   
GRI/3/450    George Richmond, 10 York Street, to Lady Eastlake    24 Feb 1871    Item