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Joy, Thomas Musgrave [Thomas Musgrove]locked

(1812–1866)
  • Suzanne Fagence Cooper

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Joy, Thomas Musgrave [Thomas Musgrove] (1812–1866), genre and portrait painter, born on 9 July 1812 at Boughton Hall, Boughton Monchelsea, near Maidstone, Kent, was the only son of the local squire, Thomas Joy, and his wife, Susanah Tomkin. Although at first discouraged in his early predilection for art, he was sent to ...

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