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* Isabella Stewart Gardner ( 1840 – 1924 ), art collector, museum founder
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Isabella and Stewart
* Performance of Piano Trio No. 1 by the Claremont Trio from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in MP3 format
* Recording by Corey Cerovsek, violin and Paavali Jumppanen, piano from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
* 1990 – In the largest art theft in US history, 12 paintings, collectively worth around $ 300 million, are stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts.
** Twelve paintings, collectively worth $ 100 to $ 300 million, are stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, Massachusetts by 2 thieves posing as police officers.
Isabella had one child by the King of Scots, Marjorie Bruce, who was the mother of the first Stewart monarch, Robert II of Scotland.
His granddaughter and heiress, Marion Stewart ( daughter of Isabella Norwald of Cardonald and Sir William Stewart of Castlemilk ), married Allan Stewart, establishing the line of Stewarts of Cardonald.
* Performance of the Goldberg Variations on piano by Jeremy Denk from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in MP3 format
He was the son of Walter Stewart, sixth hereditary High Steward of Scotland and of Marjorie Bruce, daughter of Robert I and of his first wife Isabella of Mar.
* Performance of Trio Sonata by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in MP3 format
Outside of Japan, Okakura had an impact on a number of important figures, directly or indirectly, who include philosopher Martin Heidegger, poet Ezra Pound, and especially poet Rabindranath Tagore and heiress Isabella Stewart Gardner, who were close personal friends of his.
* With its eclectic collection idiosyncratically displayed in a domestic town house, the Soane museum shares many qualities with the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.
In 2003, he created three installations in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, employing text, archival material, and objects from the museum ’ s collection to comment on the politics and philosophy behind museum collections.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum or Fenway Court, as the museum was known during Isabella Stewart Gardner's lifetime, is a museum in the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, located within walking distance of the Museum of Fine Arts and near the Back Bay Fens.
Isabella and Gardner
The museum was established in 1903 by Isabella Stewart Gardner ( 1840 – 1924 ), an American art collector, philanthropist, and patron of the arts.
After her husband John L. Gardner ’ s death in 1898, Isabella Gardner realized their shared dream of building a museum for their treasures.
Today, the museum ’ s vibrant contemporary Artist-in-Residence program, courtyard garden displays, concerts, and innovative education programs continue Isabella Gardner ’ s legacy.
When Isabella Stewart Gardner died in 1924, her will created an endowment of $ 1 million and outlined stipulations for the support of the museum, including the charge that her collection be permanently exhibited “ for the education and enjoyment of the public forever ” according to her aesthetic vision and intent.
Isabella and 1840
They had three children, all girls: Anne Isabella ( 1837 – 1919 ), Jane ( died at 8 months ) and Harriet Marian ( 1840 – 1875 ).
The reign of Ferdinand VII ( reigned 1808 – 33 ) saw several Catalan uprisings and after his death the conflict over the succession between the absolutist " Carlist " partisans of Infante Carlos and the liberal partisans of Isabella II led to the First Carlist War, which lasted until 1840 and was especially virulent in the Catalan territory.
* Maria Christina, Marchioness of La Isabella ( 19 April 1840 – 20 December 1921 ) married to Jose Maria Bernaldo de Quirós y Gonzalez de Cienfuegos, Marques de Campo Sagrado ( 1840 – 1911 ).
On August 20, 1840, McCulloch married Jane Isabella Ashby, daughter of John Miller Ashby and Mary Harris Garnett of Kentucky, who had been early settlers in the DeWitt Colony, which was centered on Gonzales.
He married Isabella Dobson, daughter of Newcastle upon Tyne architect John Dobson on 8 December 1840 at Newcastle upon Tyne.
In 1833 he became a lieutenant in the guards of Queen Isabella II, and during the Carlist War from 1833 to 1840 he became general of division in the latter year at the early age of twenty-six.
* Maria Christina Muñoz, Marchioness of La Isabella ( 19 April 1840 – 20 December 1921 ) married to Jose Maria Bernaldo de Quirós y Gonzalez de Cienfuegos, Marques de Campo Sagrado ( 1840 – 1911 ).
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Joan of England, ( 22 July 1210 – 4 March 1238 ), was the eldest legitimate daughter and third child of John of England and Isabella of Angoulême.
* 1200 – King John of England, signee of the first Magna Carta, marries Isabella of Angouleme in Bordeaux Cathedral.
* 1327 – Teenaged Edward III is crowned King of England, but the country is ruled by his mother Queen Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer.
* 1469 3 June – After the death of Alfonso de Castilla and the 1st Duke of Medina Sidonia, his son and heir Enrique de Guzman, 2nd Duke of Medina Sidonia changed side and in reward, saw the status of Gibraltar, as part of the domains of the Duke, confirmed by the Queen Isabella I of Castile.
* 1479 20 January – Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon – the Catholic Monarchs, jointly rule the kingdoms of Castile and Aragon, including Gibraltar.
* 1502 2 January – Garcilaso de la Vega took possession of the town on behalf of the Queen Isabella I of Castile.
* 1502 10 July – By a Royal Warrant passed in Toledo by Isabella I of Castile, Gibraltar was granted its coat of arms: " An escutcheon on which the upper two thirds shall be a white field and on the said field set a red castle, and below the said castle, on the other third of the escutcheon, which must be a red field in which there must be a white line between the castle and the said red field, there shall be a golden key which hangs by a chain from the said castle, as are here figured ".
Ferdinand – resisting the wishes of his brother – decreed the Pragmatic Sanction of 1830, enabling his daughter Isabella to become Queen.
Ferdinand's death in 1833 and the accession of Isabella II as Queen of Spain sparked the First Carlist War ( 1833 – 1839 ).
Isabella II of Spain took a more active role in government after coming of age, but she was immensely unpopular throughout her reign ( 1833 – 1868 ).
Isabella d ' Este ( 19 May 1474 – 13 February 1539 ) was Marchesa of Mantua and one of the leading women of the Italian Renaissance as a major cultural and political figure.
* Ferrante Gonzaga ( 28 January 1507 – 15 November 1557 ), a condottiero ; married Isabella di Capua, by whom he had issue.