Anthony Bertram

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Cyril Anthony George Bertram[1] (1897 - 1978) was a British novelist.

Bertram was the great-grandfather of actor Thomas Sangster. His wife, Barbara May (Randolph), was the sister of actor Hugh Grant's maternal grandmother; Barbara was descended from politician and colonial administrator Sir Evan Nepean.

Works[edit]

  • English Portraiture in the National Portrait Gallery (1924)
  • The Pool (1926) novel
  • Here We Ride (1927) novel
  • The Life of Sir Peter-Paul Rubens (1928)
  • Velázquez (1928)
  • To the Mountains (1929)
  • The Sword Falls (1930)
  • Picasso (1930)
  • Matisse (1930)
  • They Came to the Castle (1932)
  • Pavements and Peaks: Impressions of Travel in Germany and Austria (1933)
  • Favourite British Paintings (1934)
  • The House : A Machine for Living in (1935)
  • Men Adrift (1935)
  • The King Sees Red (1936)
  • Like the Phoenix (1936) novel
  • Design in Everyday Things (1937)
  • Ode to a Bulging Member (1937)
  • Design in Daily Life (1937)
  • Design (1938)
  • Contemporary Painting in Europe (1939)
  • Bright Defiler (1940)
  • Jan Vermeer of Delft (1948)
  • William Blake (1948)
  • Hans Holbein the Younger (1948)
  • Sandro Botticelli (1948)
  • Vermeer (1948)
  • Piero della Francesca (1949)
  • Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1949)
  • Michelangelo (1949)
  • Jean-Augustine-Dominique Ingres (1949)
  • El Greco (1949)
  • Hogarth (1949)
  • The Van Eycks : Hubert & Jan (1950)
  • Delacroix (1950)
  • The Pleasures Of Poverty: An Argument and an Anthology (1950)
  • Hieronymus Bosch (1950)
  • Grunewald (1950)
  • Rubens (1950)
  • Gauguin (1950)
  • Giotto (1951)
  • A Century of British Painting 1851-1951 (1951)
  • Poet and Painter..correspondence between Gordon Bottomley and Paul Nash 1910-1946 (1955) editor with ABBOTT,Claude Colleer
  • Paul Nash: The Portrait of an Artist (1955)
  • Rembrandt (1955)
  • Sickert (1955)
  • Modigliani (1965)
  • One Thousand Years of Drawing (1966)
  • Florentine Sculpture (1969)

References[edit]

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