The Rosemond Art Dynasty

My daughter and grandson were going to be Heirs to the Art Dynasty this historian put together.

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Augustus John, Welsh painter, draughtsman, and etcher, c1920. Portrait of John (1878-1961). Illustration from “Story of the British Nation”, Volume IV, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s).

“Howard Young was as wise in his art dealings as he was investing. His greatest achievement was his discovery of the “Lost El Greco”–“Christ Healing The Blind.” This painting now hangs in the Metropolitan Art Museum.”

Howard Young and Mabel Rosemond had no children. Therefore, I splice and attache all the creative history to this Rose Line. Howard promoted the artist Augustus John, and was the best friend of Victor Cazalet, who also had no children. He was Liz’s godfather. I delare myself the Caretaker of their artistic history – and then some. Because Bryan Mclean had no children, I consider myself the caretaker of his family history. George Mclean was the godfather of Liz’s son.

“Young’s good friend was President Dwight D…

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