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One of her grandchildren is Derek Paravicini, who is a musical prodigy and autistic savant.
Courtiers and other wealthy Elizabethans competed to build prodigy houses that proclaimed their status.
A child prodigy, at the age of eleven Millais became the youngest student to enter the Royal Academy Schools.
A childhood snooker prodigy, O'Sullivan made his first century break at age 10, and his first maximum break at age 15.
A child prodigy, Turner studied at the Royal Academy of Arts from 1789, enrolling when he was 14, and exhibited his first work there at 21.
This, called Richmond Palace and now completely lost, has been described as the first prodigy house, and was influential on other great houses for decades to come.
In some of the paintings of Henry Hudson, Young Sen – a Chinese scientific prodigy who has been offered an unconditional place at King's to read medicine – is depicted in his biographical painting series, showing the rise and fall of the protagonist.
Pianist extraordinaire Geoffrey Tozer, who first performed as a child prodigy with the Melbourne Symphony when he was eight.
A single-digit ATP ranking seems assured at some stage for 18-year-old French prodigy Gael Monfils.
A child prodigy in the art world, who had a very interesting life.
The Other stage was headlined by The Prodigy, Bloc Party and Franz Ferdinand.