Louis Alexander Fagan

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Louis Alexander Fagan
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Louis Alexander Fagan by John Singer Sargent
Born 7 February 1845
Naples, Italy
Died 5 January 1903
Florence
Nationality Italian/British
Employer British Museum

Louis Alexander Fagan (7 February 1845 – 5 January 1903) was an Anglo-Italian writer. He worked in the Department of Prints and Drawings for the British Museum from 1869 to 1894.

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Louis Alexander Fagan was born in 1845 in Naples, Italy. His grandfather was Robert Fagan[1]

He was the Keeper of Engravings at the British Museum from 1869 to 1894. In 1876 he wrote The Handbook to the Department[1]

On 5 January 1903, he died in Florence.[2]

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On 8 November 1887, He married Caroline Frances Purves.[2]

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