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Last NameGosse    
Given NamePhilip Henry    
alt. NamesP. H. G. ;    
Marriage1.-> Emily Bowes Gosse (1806-1857) ; 2. landscape painter ->Eliza Brightwen (1813-1900); author Edmund    
Childrenauthor Sir Edmund Gosse (1849-1928)    
Year born1810 in Worcester, Worcestershire    
Year died1888    
Place of deathSt Marychurch near Torquay, Devon    
Father's occupationportrait and miniature painter Thomas Gosse    
Relativesbrother William Gosse(painter); granddaughter Sylvia Gosse (1881-1968 painter/etcher);daughter-in-law Nellie née Epps painter    
Educationpainting from father    
Country of ActivityEngland, UK    
Worked forP. H. G.: Naturalist's Rambles (1853) ; Aquarium (1854) ; Canadian naturalist (1840) ; Birds of Jamaica (1847) & atlas (1849) ; A Naturalist's Sojourn in Jamaica (1851) ; C. T. Hudson & Gosse on Rotifera ; Intro Zoology (1843) ; Actinologia (1858-60) ; Sea Anemones (1858-60 ) ;    
Patronagezoologist Thomas Bell ; British Museum London ; fellow Royal Society ; Journal: Intellectual Observer 5 (1864) & 10(1867)    
CollaboratorsHullmandel & Walton lithographers ; James de Carle Sowerby ; W. Dickes ; his wives ->Emily Gosse & -> Eliza Gosse ; Whimper ;    
Techniqueszoological and marine drawing, watercolor, painting. and lithography    
Sample(s)en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Philip_Henry_Gosse_-_British_Sea-Anemone_and_Corals_%28Plate_V%29.jpg ; http://talk.sciencegossip.org/#/subjects/ASC0000dsr    
Archival sourceshttp://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/39470295#page/301/mode/1up & http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/39488542#page/421/mode/1up ; wiki    
Published sourcesAKL 59 2008: 178 ; biogr. by Edmund Gosse 1890/1907 & Ann Thwaite 2002 ; Lapage & Sitwell ; Lapage 1961: 47-9 & plates 4 & 15 ; Cleevely 1974: 546 ; Dance 1989: 196-206 ; Nissen: Zoolog. Buchillustration 1969/78 ; Catherine Levy: An early description and illustration of the Blue Mountain Vireo Vireo osburni, in: Bull. Brit. Ornithol. Club 135 (2015): 342-7 ;    
otherSelf-taught naturalist. painted & drew directly on lithogr. stone; for his stay in Jamaica 1844-6 cf. "A voyage to and from Jamaica", MS 39, Nat. Libr. of Jamaica, Kingston. Further Places of Activity: Jamaica 1844-6, Newfoundland, Canada, and the USA (Alabama).    
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