Uvedale

/yoohd"l, yoohv"dayl/, n.

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  • Uvedale — /yoohd l, yoohv dayl/, n. Nicholas. See Udall …   Useful english dictionary

  • Uvedale Tomkins Price — (17 September 1685 ndash; 17 March 1764) [Robinson, Rev. Charles John (1873). A History of the Mansions and Manors of Herefordshire . Longman Co.] was a British Member of Parliament. Early life Uvedale Tomkins Price was the younger son of Robert… …   Wikipedia

  • Uvedale Price — Sir Uvedale Price, primer barón de Foxley (14 de abril de 1747 – 14 de septiembre de 1829) fue un escritor británico, uno de los creadores del concepto estético de lo pintoresco, junto a William Gilpin y …   Wikipedia Español

  • Baron Uvedale of North End — Baron Uvedale of North End, of North End in the County of Middlesex, was a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 26 June 1946 for the prominent surgeon Sir Ambrose Woodall. He was Resident Surgeon at Manor House Hospital… …   Wikipedia

  • Sir Uvedale Price, 1st Baronet — Sir Uvedale Price (baptized 14 April 1747 ndash; 14 September 1829), author of the Essay on the Picturesque, As Compared With The Sublime and The Beautiful (1794), was a Herefordshire landowner who was at the heart of the Picturesque debate of… …   Wikipedia

  • Price, Sir Uvedale, 1st Baronet — ▪ British landscape designer born , 1747 died Sept. 14, 1829, Foxley, Herefordshire, Eng.  British landscape designer and, with the writer artist William Gilpin and Richard Payne Knight, one of the chief aestheticians of the Picturesque movement… …   Universalium

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