Albert,, Prince Consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1861 fast (OCoLC)fst00054642. Geographic Name: Great Britain Princes and princesses Biography. Geographic Name: Great Britain fast (OCoLC)fst01204623. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Prince Albert : his life and work, Hermione Hobhouse.
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Illustrated book tells the story of Prince Albert's life with particular reference to his work. It shows him as family man, private collector, patron, landowner, and private secretary to his wife, Queen Victoria. He was passionately interested in education - in the arts and the sciences - and his enthusiasm for reform extended to the army, the universe, the universities, learned societies and housing and conditions of ordinary families. Read it now. Important information.
by Hermione Hobhouse. Select Format: Hardcover. Book and Jacket are both in Very good condition throughout. This Shows Him As A Family Man, Private Collector, Patron And Philanthropist, Landowner, And Private Secretary To His Wife Queen Victoria. ISBN13:9780241111499. Release Date:January 1983.
Mary Hermione Hobhouse MBE FSA (2 February 1934 – 17 October 2014) was a British architectural historian and prominent preservation campaigner. 1 Family and early life. Prince Albert: His Life and Work (1983). Good and Proper Materials: Fabric of London Since the Great Fire with Ann Saunders (1989). London Survey'd: The Work Of The Survey Of London 1894–1994 (1994)
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The Cult of the Prince Consort. by Elisabeth Darby and Nicola Smith. Prince Albert: His Life and Work. by Hermione Hobhouse. Prince Albert: A Biography. by Robert Rhodes James. Prince Albert; drawing by David Levine. Western monarchy is not merely, as Max Weber observed, institutionalized charisma: it is institutionalized male chauvinism as well
The book Prince Albert: His Life and Work, published to coincide with an 1983/84 Exhibition, was written by Hermione Hobhouse and published by Hamish Hamilton. And read John McEwen's article "Albert, His Life and Work" at the Royal College of Art, in The Spectator, 12th Nov 1983. I have already referenced Erica Brown's article, "Victoria's Consort: Multifaceted Prince", in New York Times, 27th Oct 1983. Posted by Hels at 1. 0.
Albert's life with particular reference to his work. It shows him as family man, private collector, patron, landowner, and private secretary to his wife, Queen Victoria