1890s People - 'N'
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John Trivett Nettleship
By Morgan Holmes John Trivett Nettleship was one of nineteenth-century Britain’s leading animal illustrators. His sketches, pastels, and paintings in water colour and oil commanded great respect among critics, collectors, and the public from his first exhibition in 1871 until his death in 1902.
James Ashcroft Noble
By Kedrun Laurie James Ashcroft Noble spent most of his working life in the north-west of England and did not move to London until his late thirties. The two papers that he published in The Yellow Book the year before his death, “Mr. Stevenson’s Forerunner” (Vol. IV, January 1895), about the Scottish poet Alexander Smith, and “The Phantasies of Philarete” (Vol. V, April 1895), a tale of New Grub Street, are not of a nature to excite attention or controversy.
Julie Nørregaard
By Lene Østermark-Johansen Julie Nørregaard (Nørregaard Le Gallienne upon marriage in 1897) contributed only one essay to The Yellow Book, in Volume 8, January 1896. Her introduction to the magazine was most likely through Richard Le Gallienne, one of the periodical’s most regular contributors, whom she married in 1897. Their stormy relationship ended in 1903, when they separated he moved to New York and she to Paris with their child, Eva.