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Brightwell, (Cecilia) Lucy (1811–1875), etcher and author, was born at Thorpe, near Norwich, on 27 February 1811, the eldest child of Thomas Brightwell (1787–1868), a solicitor and amateur microscopist, and mayor of Norwich in 1837, and his first wife, Mary Snell (1788–1815), the daughter of ...

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Cameron, Katharine (1874–1965), watercolour painter and etcher, was born on 26 February 1874 at 16 Sardinia Terrace, Hillhead, Glasgow, the eighth of the nine children of Robert Cameron (1825–1898), minister of Cambridge Street United Presbyterian Church in Glasgow, and his wife, Margaret Johnston (...

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Katharine Cameron (1874–1965) by unknown photographer, 1931 [detail] © reserved; collection National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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See Sickert, Walter, pupils

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Jessica Landseer (1807–1880) by unknown photographer Mackenzie Collection; photograph © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Landseer, Jessica (1807–1880), painter and etcher, was born at 71 Queen Anne Street East (later 33 Foley Street), London, one of the fourteen children (of whom seven survived infancy) of John Landseer (1763/9–1852), painter, engraver, and author, and his wife, Jane Potts (1773/4–1840)...

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Macready [M’cready; née Desmond], Sarah (1790–1853), actress and theatre manager, was born in Newcastle upon Tyne on 16 February 1790. When she married, she gave her birth name as Sarah Ashton Desmond, though she is sometimes also identified as Kathleen Desmond...

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Merritt, Anna Massey Lea (1844–1930), figure painter and etcher, was born on 13 September 1844 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the daughter of Joseph Lea jun., a textile manufacturer, and Susanna Massey. They were a prominent and affluent Quaker family, and Anna was the eldest of six sisters. She was educated at the progressive ...

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Molesworth [née St Aubyn], Catherine (1760–1836), etcher and painter, was the second daughter of Sir John St Aubyn, fourth baronet, of Clowance in Cornwall, and sister of the MP, amateur mineralogist, and art collector Sir John St Aubyn. He was a patron and friend of the Cornish artist ...

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Thornton [married name Chase], Valerie Musgrave (1931–1991), etcher and printmaker, was born on 13 April 1931 at 34 Eaton Square, London, the only daughter and oldest of four children of Nigel Heber Thornton (1895–1942), businessman, and his wife, Margaret Marion Gwendolen, née...