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Johnson, Henry John [Harry]locked

(1826–1884)
  • Francis Greenacre

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Johnson, Henry John [Harry] (1826–1884), watercolour painter, was born in Birmingham on 10 April 1826, the son of Benjamin Johnson. Named Henry at birth he was later known as Harry, possibly to avoid confusion with the Henry Johnson who was exhibiting figure subjects in the 1840s. He is said to have had some lessons from the ...

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