John Ellingham Brooks

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John Ellingham Brooks

Death: May 31, 1929 (65-66)
Capri, Isle of Capri, Campania, Italia (Italy) (liver cancer)
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Husband of Romaine Brooks

Occupation: Pianist, translator, painter; pianist and translator
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About John Ellingham Brooks

John Ellingham Brooks (1863–1929) was an English pianist and classical scholar. He is chiefly noteworthy as an associate of Somerset Maugham, whom he first met when they were both studying in Heidelberg in 1890. In later life, he was part of the circle of expatriates based on the Italian island of Capri, where he shared a villa with the novelist Edward Frederic Benson.

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May 31, 1929
Age 66
Capri, Isle of Capri, Campania, Italia