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James, William (fl. 1760–1771), topographical painter and picture dealer, of whose parents nothing is known, practised in London, residing for some years in Maiden Lane, and later at the Golden Head in May's Buildings, St Martin's Lane. He exhibited with the Incorporated Society of Artists...

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O'Connor, John (1830–1889), scene-painter and topographical painter, was born on 12 August 1830 in co. Londonderry, the third son of Francis O'Connor and his wife, Rose Cunningham; both his parents worked in the theatrical business. He was educated at the Church Educational Society's...

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Samuel, George (1770/71–1823), landscape painter and topographical draughtsman, practised in both oils and watercolours. No details of his birth or parentage are known. He received an award from the Society of Arts in 1784, and afterwards exhibited annually at the Royal Academy from 1785 to 1822, and at the ...

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Tull, Ebenezer (1732/3–1761/2), landscape painter and schoolmaster, was born probably in Southwark, London, though there is no record of his place of birth or of his parentage. As a youth he was successively assistant in the writing- and reading-schools (elected 1745) and upper usher of the reading-school (elected 1748) at ...