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Glyn Philpot (October 5, 1884 – December 18, 1937)

Glyn Warren Philpot RA (5 October 1884 – 16 December 1937) was an English painter and sculptor, best known for his portraits of contemporary figures such as Siegfried Sassoon and Vladimir Rosing. Philpot was in a relationship with painter Vivian Forbes from 1923–1935. A loving cup held by Brighton Museum serves as a testament to their relationship. Philpot died from a stroke in December 1937; his funeral took place on 22 December 1937. Forbes committed suicide the following day.

Timeline & Places:

• October 5, 1884: born.

• 1900: attended City and Guilds of London Art School, 124 Kennington Park Rd, London SE11 4DJ, Regno Unito

• 1900s: attended Académie Julian, Passage des Panoramas, Paris, Francia

• 1923: lived at Lansdowne House, 80 Lansdowne Rd, London W11 2LS, Regno Unito, sharing with Vivian Forbes

• December 18, 1937: died. Buried at St Peter, Church Lane, off Petersham Road, Richmond TW10 7AA, Regno Unito

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