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John E. Champney

British
Businessman

1846 1921
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Champney was a Beverley businessman and benefactor, who made his fortune in the textile industry. He donated money for the Beverley Public Library and in 1929 he bequeathed numerous paintings to the Art Gallery's collection - mainly works by contemporary British artists.

28 Related Objects

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A Panic
Davis, Henry William Banks
1872
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A Rough Landing
Bagshawe, J.R.
1900(c)
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Bathers on a Mediterranean Beach
Flint, William Russell
1913
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Beverley public library
Frith
1906 (c)
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Birthplace of J. E. Champney
Elwell, F. Kenneth

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Canal Scene, Venice
Roussoff, A.N.

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Carn Bargis
Birch, S.J. Lamorna
1918
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Early Spring in Parnham Forest
Hall, Oliver (R.A.)

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Evening on the River
Hughes-Stanton, H. (Sir)
1911 (or 1917)
Freedom of Beverley certificate
Unknown
1906
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Granada from above the Generalife
Brewer, Henry C.
1911
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Greek Theatre, Taormina, Sicily (The)
Logsdail, William
1890-1900(c)
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Gulliver's Travels
Rackham, Arthur
1904
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Highland Moor (A)
Wimperis, E.M.
1873
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Ithaca
Wyllie, W.L.

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John E. Champney
Elwell, Frederick William
1906
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Martello Towers near Eastbourne
Weedon, A.W.

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Menton & The Tete du Chien from the Frontier
Logsdail, William
1891
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Mrs Champney
Calderon, Philip H.
1882
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Palatine Chapel, Palermo (The)
Pisa, Alberto

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River Scene, Evening
Cole, Vicat (R.A.)
1863?
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Song of the Nubian slave
Robinson, F.C.
1922
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Springtime (or Springtime in Cornwall)
Hughes, Arthur
before 1900
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Springtime in Picardy
Murray, David

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Street in Japan (A)
East, Alfred (ARA)
1889
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The Hayfield
Adams, J. Clayton

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Westminster Sunset
Goodwin, Albert
1900
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Yorkshire Stile, Whitby (A)
Allingham, Helen

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