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Francis Turner Palgrave (1824–1897)

Palgrave, Francis Turner. An English poet and art critic, son of Sir Francis; born at Great Yarmouth, Sept. 28, 1824; died in London, Oct. 24, 1897. From 1885 to 1895 he was a professor at Oxford. His books are: ‘Idylls and Songs’ (1854); the famous anthology ‘The Golden Treasury of English Poetry’ (1861); ‘Essays on Art’ (1866); ‘Hymns’ (1868); ‘Lyrical Poems’ (1871); ‘The Visions of England’ (1881); ‘The Life of Jesus Christ Illustrated from the Italian Painters of the Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth Centuries’ (1885); ‘Amenophis and Other Poems’ (1892). A second ‘Golden Treasury’ was published in 1897.