July 20, 1911
|Died||June 8, 1997
|Alma mater||University of Oxford|
|Occupation||Art scholar, historian|
|Parents||Cicely Margaret Powell
|Relatives||Helen Binyon (sister)
Margaret Binyon (sister)
T. J. Binyon (cousin)
Nicolete Gray (sometimes Nicolette Gray) (20 July 1911–8 June 1997) was an English art scholar, and exponent and scholar of calligraphy. She was the youngest daughter of the poet, dramatist and art scholar Laurence Binyon and his wife, writer, editor and translator Cicely Margaret Pryor Powell. In 1933 she married Basil Gray (1904–1989), with whom she had five children, two sons and three daughters.
Her books include Nineteenth century ornamented typefaces (Faber & Faber 1938, 2nd edition 1976) and A History of Lettering (Phaidon, 1976).
She died in London 8 June 1997.
- Barker, Nicolas (13 June 1997). "Obituary: Nicolete Gray". The Independent.
- "T. J. Binyon". The Independent. 13 October 2004.
- Spalding, Frances (2004). "Gray (née Binyon), Nicolete Mary". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/66078. Retrieved 2009-01-16. (subscription or UK public library membership required)
- Green, Christopher; Wright, Barnaby, ed. (2012). Mondrian / Nicholson in Parallel. London: Courtauld Gallery. ISBN 978-1-90737232-2.
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