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Spencer Frederick Gore
(b Epsom, Surrey, 26 May 1878; d Richmond, Surrey [now in Greater London], 27 Mar. 1914). British painter of landscapes, music-hall scenes, interiors, and occasional still lifes. He was the son of Spencer William Gore, who won the first Wimbledon tennis championship in 1877, and nephew of Charles Gore, bishop of Oxford. In 1896–9 he studied at the Slade School, where he was a particular friend of Harold Gilman.

Text Source: The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (Oxford University Press)