Keene, Charles Samuel

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Keene, Charles Samuel,

1823–91, English pen-and-ink artist and caricaturist. In 1851 he began his long association with Punch, where the bulk of his work appeared. His drawings ranged from interesting vignettes of the contemporary scene to tidy landscapes and interiors.
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As well as a wood engraver, prose writer, and maker of books, Joseph Crawhall II (1821-1896) was a businessman, patron of the arts, campaigner for the preservation of architecture, collaborator of Punch magazine's Charles Keene, collector of antiquities, and angler.
O'Connell convinced Charles Keene, manager of the Parkway Baths in Brooklyn, NY, to build a one-wall handball court at his establishment.
Alongside what appeared to be valedictory views of Southwold Harbour by Theodore Dalgliesh and Charles Keene, a deathly commentary announced that the silting of the River Blyth and arrival of the railway had finished off this remote spot as a fertile sketching ground.
The only subject he excelled in was drama, and he went on to study performing arts at the Charles Keene College in Leicester, where at 17 he came out to all his pals.
According to Elliot (history emeritus, Charles Keene College), they can boast of theirs being the first place where King Edward VIII laid eyes on Mrs.
It's a soap opera,'' said Silverwood's project manager Charles Keene of the Department of Water Resources' Southern District in Glendale, who is embroiled in the legal wranglings requiring the DWR to return the lake's fishery to full health.
We're looking at leasing possibilities at five places and one of those is the Ardsley site," said Charles Keene, a spokesperson for Ciba.
Bosher holds a degree in engineering from Charles Keene College in Leicester, England.
He is a graduate of Charles Keene College, Leicester, England, with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and resides in San Francisco.