Potter, Frederick Scarlett (also Scarlet) (M)

Surname: Potter
Forename(s): Frederick Scarlett (also Scarlet)
b. 1834. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Poet, children’s writer, illustrator, and sculptor. Born in Stoke, Gloucestershire. Studied at the Royal Academy. Author of poetry volume The Volsung Tale (1868) and Song Mead; with other narratives in verse (1876). Biographical information: Wellesley Index; Reilly, Mid-Victorian Poetry, p. 372. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 5
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Haconarmal. After the Icelandic by Evind Skaldaspiller, A.D. 963 1865-10-07 Once a Week Translator 966
The Black Dog of Ardenne 1866-11-03 Once a Week Poet 13477
Captain Walton’s Legacy 1867-07-13 Once a Week Poet 13522
Thorer. A Norse Saga 1867-08-10 Once a Week Translator 13532
The Burden of the Willows 1871-12 The Dark Blue Poet 615