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 (grē′nə-wā′), Catherine Known as "Kate." 1846-1901.
British artist and writer noted for her illustrations of her own children's books, such as Under the Window (1879).


1. (Biography) Kate. 1846–1901, English painter, noted as an illustrator of children's books
2. (Biography) Peter. born 1942, British film director; noted for such cerebral films as The Draughtsman's Contract (1982), Prospero's Books (1990), and Eight and a Half Women (1999)


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Kate (Catherine), 1846–1901, English painter and illustrator of children's books.
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