Painter working in England who was appointed Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide.- Phoebe Earle
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The elder of his two sisters was Phoebe Earle (1790–1863), also a professional painter and wife of the artist Denis Dighton, while his older half-sister was Elizabeth Anne Smyth (1787–1838) and his older half-brother was the scientist Admiral William Henry Smyth (1788–1865).
Royal Navy officer, hydrographer, astronomer and numismatist.
Never having known his father, he grew up with a half-brother Augustus Earle and a half-sister Phoebe Earle.
Position in the United Kingdom awarded to a painter, and connected to the Queen.
Phoebe Earle, (wife of Denis Dighton and sister of Augustus Earle), was "Fruit and Flower Painter to the Queen" to Queen Adelaide
English painter, best known for his military portraits and battle scenes.
He married a sister of Augustus Earle, Phoebe Earle, herself a working artist and exhibitor at the Royal Academy who became Flower Painter in Ordinary to Queen Adelaide, in 1812 and they had two sons.
Irish singer and writer who left lively memoirs of his early life and collaborated on the memoirs of his mother Laetitia Pilkington.
With Smyth, she had the scientist Admiral William Henry Smyth, and with Earl she had two artists, Phoebe Earle, who married fellow-painter Denis Dighton, and Augustus Earle.