Jacques Pierre Paul Raverat (pronounced Rav-er-ah) (March 20, 1885– March 6, 1925) was a French painter; Raverat was the son of and , née Caron; he was born in Paris, France in 1885. He married the English painter and wood engraver Gwen Darwin, in 1911, the daughter of George Darwin and Lady Maud Darwin, née Maud du Puy; she was a granddaughter of Charles Darwin. They had two daughters, Elisabeth (1916–2014), who married the Norwegian politician Edvard Hambro, and Sophie Jane (1919-2011) who married the Cambridge scholar M. G. M. Pryor and later . Raverat suffered from a form of multiple sclerosis and died on March 6 1925 following complications of it. His funeral took place in Christ Church in Cannes, France where he may be buried.

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  • Jacques Pierre Paul Raverat (pronounced Rav-er-ah) (March 20, 1885– March 6, 1925) was a French painter; Raverat was the son of and , née Caron; he was born in Paris, France in 1885. He married the English painter and wood engraver Gwen Darwin, in 1911, the daughter of George Darwin and Lady Maud Darwin, née Maud du Puy; she was a granddaughter of Charles Darwin. They had two daughters, Elisabeth (1916–2014), who married the Norwegian politician Edvard Hambro, and Sophie Jane (1919-2011) who married the Cambridge scholar M. G. M. Pryor and later . Raverat suffered from a form of multiple sclerosis and died on March 6 1925 following complications of it. His funeral took place in Christ Church in Cannes, France where he may be buried. Before moving, in 1920, to Vence in France the couple were active members of an intellectual circle known as the "Neo-Pagans" and centred round Rupert Brooke. They also moved on the fringes of the Bloomsbury Group, whose members included Virginia Woolf, John Maynard Keynes, Vanessa Bell and Lytton Strachey. In 2004, his grandson, edited the complete correspondence between Raverat, his wife and Virginia Woolf which was published as Virginia Woolf and the Raverats. (en)
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  • Jacques Pierre Paul Raverat (pronounced Rav-er-ah) (March 20, 1885– March 6, 1925) was a French painter; Raverat was the son of and , née Caron; he was born in Paris, France in 1885. He married the English painter and wood engraver Gwen Darwin, in 1911, the daughter of George Darwin and Lady Maud Darwin, née Maud du Puy; she was a granddaughter of Charles Darwin. They had two daughters, Elisabeth (1916–2014), who married the Norwegian politician Edvard Hambro, and Sophie Jane (1919-2011) who married the Cambridge scholar M. G. M. Pryor and later . Raverat suffered from a form of multiple sclerosis and died on March 6 1925 following complications of it. His funeral took place in Christ Church in Cannes, France where he may be buried. (en)
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