Lucy Baxter Net Worth

Lucy Baxter Net Worth is
$1.9 Million

Lucy Baxter Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Lucy Baxter (21 January 1837 – 10 November 1902) was an English writer on art, chiefly under the pseudonym of Leader Scott.She was born at Dorchester, the third daughter of William Barnes, the Dorsetshire poet, by his wife Julia Miles. She began writing at eighteen, and from the small profits of stories and magazine articles saved enough to visit Italy, a cherished ambition. There she met and in 1867 married Samuel Thomas Baxter (1810–1903), a member of a family long settled in Florence, which then became her home. For thirty-five years she was a well-known figure in the literary and artistic life of the city, and in 1882 was elected an honorary member of the Accademia delle Belle Arti. For thirteen years her residence was the Villa Bianca, outside Florence, in the direction of Vincigliata (near Fiesole) and Settignano. Among those with whom she was associated in literary research was John Temple Leader, a wealthy English resident at Florence, who owned the castle of Vincigliata. Her literary pseudonym of ‘Leader Scott’ combined the maiden surnames of her two grandmothers, Isabel Leader being her mother’s mother and Grace Scott the mother of her father.Her principal publication was The Cathedral Builders (1899 and 1900), an important examination of the whole field of Romanesque architecture in relation to the Comacine masons. Her biographer for the DNB observed that:though necessarily based on Merzario’s I Maestri Comacini, the book shows much original observation and research and, if its arguments are not always conclusive, the international scope of the work and its wealth of illustration render it a storehouse of information and a useful introduction to an unfrequented field of speculation. The intention of the work was to attribute the entire genesis of mediaeval architecture to masonic guilds derived, so it is supposed, from the Roman Collegia.Apart from this work and numerous magazine articles, she published:A Nook in the Apennines, 1879.Fra Bartolommeo and Andrea del Sarto, 1881.Ghiberti and Donatello, 1882Luca della Robbia, 1883Messer Agnolo’s Household, 1883.Renaissance of Art in Italy, 1883A Bunch of Berries, Bungay, 1885Sculpture, Renaissance and Modern, 1886Life of William Barnes, 1887Tuscan Studies and Sketches, 1887Vincigliata and Maiano, Florence and London, 1891The Orti Oricellari, Florence, 1893Echoes of Old Florence, Florence and London, 1894The Renunciation of Helen, 1898Filippo di Ser Brunellesco, 1901Correggio, 1902.She translated from the Italian:Sir John Hawkwood by John Temple Leader and G. Marcotti (1889).Lucy Baxter died at the Villa Bianca near Florence on 10 November 1902; she was survived by her husband, a son, and two daughters.

Date Of Birth1837-01-21
ProfessionProducer, Production Manager, Miscellaneous Crew


UKIP Youth2013TV Movie executive producer
L8rTV Series line producer - 2 episodes, 2007 co-producer - 1 episode, 2012 producer - 1 episode, 2009
Young Legal Eagles2011TV Series documentary executive producer
Revolutionary Daughters2011TV Series documentary executive producer
Fistula Hospital2010TV Series documentary series producer
Backroads2008Short producer
Image and Impact2007TV Series documentary producer - 2007
I Speak Hinglish2007TV Series documentary producer - 2007
A Song for London2006TV Series documentary line producer - 2006
From Ghetto to Islam2006TV Series documentary producer - 2006
Reel London2006TV Series documentary line producer
Secret Talking2004Short producer

Production Manager

Rulers and Dealers2006production manager
The Passion: Films, Faith & Fury2006TV Movie documentary production manager
Flamingo Blues2004production manager
Art, Poetry and Particle Physics2004Documentary production manager
Pioneers in Art and Science: Gustav Metzger2004Video documentary production manager
L8r2004TV Series production manager


Secret World of Magic2005TV Series production coordinator - 2005

Known for movies

IMDB Wikipedia

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.