|Also Known As:||"Robert Beauchamp-Proctor", "Robert Proctor Beauchamp"|
|Birthplace:||Langley Park, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom|
|Death:||Died in Rosevears, Tasmania, Australia|
Son of Sir William Beauchamp-Proctor, 3rd Baronet and Anne Gregory
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Historical records matching Robert Proctor-Beauchamp
About Robert Proctor-Beauchamp
Robert was born at Langley Park, in Norfolk England, the home of the Proctor-Beauchamp family. His father was Rear-Admiral Sir William Beauchamp Proctor and his mother was Anne Beauchamp Proctor (Gregory).
Robert is not mentioned in Burke's Peerage for what I see. His brother was the one to change the name, against the last wishes of the Great Uncle George Proctor wishing to preserve his name as he had no immediate heirs. The name went from Beauchamp-Proctor to Proctor-Beauchamp. Roberts children bar one, reverted yet again, to Beauchamp-Proctor and again to just Beauchamp in some records of death, listed bellow where possible.
Born into a privileged family, Beauchamp married Elizabeth Symons, after travelling between England, New Zealand and Victoria for a number of years. They finally settled outside of Launceston, Tasmania and it was from here that Beauchamp exhibited his paintings - in Melbourne, Launceston and Otago, New Zealand.
Children of Robert and Elizabeth were: • Cecil Beauchamp PROCTOR • Laura Gertrude BEAUCHAMP-PROCTOR • Francis S BEAUCHAMP • Reginald Percy BEAUCHAMP-PROCTOR • Albert Edwin BEAUCHAMP-PROCTOR • Albert Victor BEAUCHAMP-PROCTOR
- Walter Mannering BEAUCHAMP.
Died: 1934 Prahran, Victoria. Age: 72 years. Parents: Robert BEAUCHAMP & Elizabeth SYMONS.
Robert was an Artist (Painter) and exhibited at: Launceston School of Art Exhibition Date1885 Launceston, Tas.DescriptionTypeExhibition
Melbourne International Exhibition Date1880-1881 Exhibition Building, Melbourne, VicDescriptionTypeExhibition
Oddfellows Hall in St John's Street Date1879 Launceston, Tas.DescriptionTypeExhibition
Otago Art Society exhibition Date1877 Otago, New ZealandDescriptionRegularly until 1884 TypeExhibition
Collections where his art appears: Private collections
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston, TAS
Sir William Lodewyk Crowther Library, State Library of Tasmania, Hobart, TAS
Allport Library and Museum of Fine Arts, State Library of Tasmania, Hobart, TAS
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart, TAS
Dixson Galleries, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia Websitehttp://www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/
Robert was a Pastoralist in Australia.
c.16 October 1819-c.1839 Norfolk, England, UK
c.1839-c.1844 New Zealand
1844-February 1847 Kyneton, Vic.
1847-1848 England, UK
November 1848-March 1851 Victoria
c.1851-c.1860 England, UK
c.10 November 1860-c.1862 Hobart, Tas.
Residence 1862-12 August 1889 Rosevears, Tas.
Citations: [http://www.daao.org.au/bio/robert-proctor-beauchamp/personal_details/? Design and Art Australia Online]
Campbell, J. (1983), 'Australian Watercolour Painters’, Adelaide, SA. (1940), 'Debrett’s Baronetage, Knightage and Championage’, London, England, UK. Moore, W. (1934), 'The Story of Australian Art’, 2 vols (facsimile reprint 1980). (1884), Launceston Examiner, 11-18. (1870), Cornwall Chronicle , 12-24. (1871), Argus, 10-18. (1885), Launceston Daily Telegraph, 02-17. Department of Lands, Melbourne, Vic. (1875), Illustrated Sydney News, 05-29.
Robert Proctor-Beauchamp's Timeline
October 16, 1819
Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
August 12, 1889
Rosevears, Tasmania, Australia