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Sir Charles Lock Eastlake (1793–1865)

Eastlake, Sir Charles Lock. An English artist, and critic and historian of art; born in Plymouth, Nov. 17, 1793; died in Pisa, Italy, Dec. 14, 1865. His paintings were noteworthy; and in such books as ‘Materials for a History of Oil Painting’ (1847–69) and ‘History of the Gothic Revival’ (1871), he manifests taste and discrimination.