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  1. Cecil Beaton; Stephen Tennant. by Maurice Beck and Helen Macgregor. cream-toned vintage bromide print, 1927. On display in Room 25 on Floor 2 at the National Portrait Gallery. NPG x40415.

  2. 1 de jan. de 1990 · Philip Hoare. Philip Hoare is the author of several books, including 'Serious Pleasures: The Life of Stephen Tennant'; 'Noel Coward: A Biography'; 'Oscar Wilde's Last Stand'; 'Spike Island' and 'England's Lost Eden'. He lives in Hoxton, London, and Southampton, and each summer visits Cape Cod, where, as a member of the Center for Coastal ...

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  3. Stephen-tennant.org is a research project dedicated to the life and work of Stephen James Napier Tennant, a British artist, poet and socialite known for his decadent lifestyle and vivid illustrations. During his peak he was called "the brightest" of the Bright Young People, a nickname given by the tabloid press to a group of Bohemian young ...

  4. Stephen Tennant: Work in Progress was an exhibition held at the Beinecke Rare Book Library, Yale University, Connecticut, that ran from January 18 to May 28, 2014. “Tennant left a legacy of archival documents that were dispersed at auction following his death. The Beinecke Library has reconstructed a part of his archives - hundreds of pages ...

  5. 17 de nov. de 2023 · Stephen Tennant is to succeed Michael McAteer as chief executive of Grant Thornton Ireland from January 2024. Tennant, a restructuring and insolvency specialist, joined the firm in 2009 and made partner in 2012. He established the firm’s Financial Services Advisory practice in 2017. Tennant (45) graduated with a BA in Business Studies from ...

  6. 3 de fev. de 1991 · Hamish Hamilton. 463 pp. $29.95. AT THE AGE of 4, while walking in the gardens of Wilsford, the Tennant family mansion, Stephen Tennant experienced a moment of profound recognition: Catching sight ...

  7. Stephen wrote poetry all his life, mostly for himself and friends, scribbling out poems in his florid handwriting in colourful ink on Wilsford Manor notepaper. It wasn't until 1961 that his poems became public when he published 'My Brother Aquarius'. Containing 52 poems, the verse looks back in time to past travels, lost romance and pastoral ...