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|individual name= Menlove Stokes
 
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|race= Presumably [[human]]
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|appearances= [[PROSE]]: ''[[The Romance of Crime]]'', ''[[The Well-Mannered War]]'', ''[[Oh No It Isn't! (novel)|Oh No It Isn't!]]'', ''[[Dragons' Wrath (novel)|Dragons' Wrath]]'', ''[[Mean Streets]]'', ''[[Dry Pilgrimage]]'', [[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Romance of Crime (audio story)|The Romance of Crime]]'', ''[[The Well-Mannered War (audio story)|The Well-Mannered War]]''
 
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}}'''Menlove Ereward Stokes''' was an artist who initially lived in the [[24th century]], and owned an art gallery.
 
   
While on the [[Rock of Judgement]], he met the [[Fourth Doctor]], [[Romana]] and [[K9 Mark II]]. He later helped them defeat [[Xais]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Romance of Crime (novel)|The Romance of Crime]]'', [[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Romance of Crime (audio story)|The Romance of Crime]]'')
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After this occurred, Stokes was confronted by the [[Black Guardian]], who promised to show him a civilisation who truly appreciated his artwork. In return, he would help the Guardian capture the Doctor. When Stokes had fulfilled his mission, the Black Guardian transported him to the planet [[Dellah]] in the late [[26th century]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Well-Mannered War]]'', [[AUDIO]]: ''[[The Well-Mannered War (audio story)|The Well-Mannered War]]'')
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'''Menlove Ereward Stokes''' was a celebrated ''avant-garde'' artist in the late [[26th century|26th]] and early [[27th century|27th centuries]]. He held the post of Professor of Applied Art at [[St. Oscar's University]] on [[Dellah]] until that institution's destruction in [[2596]]. Stokes specialised in using odd materials for his creations. Stokes also hosted a popular weekly art transmission, ''Paint Along With Menlove''. ([[BNA]]: ''[[Oh No It Isn't! (novel)|Oh No It Isn't!]]'')
   
Stokes became a celebrated ''avant-garde'' artist in the late 26th and early [[27th century|27th centuries]]. He held the post of Professor of Applied Art at [[St Oscar's University]] on Dellah until that institution's destruction in [[2596]]. Stokes specialised in using odd materials for his creations. Stokes also hosted a popular weekly art transmission, ''Paint Along With Menlove''. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Oh No It Isn't! (novel)|Oh No It Isn't!]]'')
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He was an acquaintance of Professor [[Bernice Summerfield]]. Bernice described his works with the dung of the Giant [[Dellah]]an [[Giant Dellahan dung beetle|Dung Beetle]] as "fascinating but smelly". ([[BNA]]: ''[[Mean Streets]]'') When she went on a trip, she lent him her [[bicycle]], on the condition that he wouldn't use it for art. ([[BNA]]: ''[[Dry Pilgrimage]]'')
 
He was an acquaintance of Professor [[Bernice Summerfield]]. Bernice described his works with the dung of the Giant [[Dellah]]an [[Giant Dellahan dung beetle|Dung Beetle]] as "fascinating but smelly". ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Mean Streets]]'') When she went on a trip, she lent him her [[bicycle]], on the condition that he wouldn't use it for art. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Dry Pilgrimage]]'')
 
 
Stokes once had the opportunity to record reclusive [[sculptor]] [[Leo Didas]] at work. He brought Benny with him. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Price of Everything]]'')
 
 
The [[Braxiatel Collection]] contained some of Stokes' works. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[Glory Days (audio story)|Glory Days]]'')
 
   
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