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Pearson, Jameslocked

(c. 1740–1838)
  • L. H. Cust
  • , revised by Sarah Baylis

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Pearson, James (c. 1740–1838), glass painter, was born in Dublin but played a significant role in the revival of English enamel glass painting. He trained in the ceramics industry in Bristol but later moved to London and became a pupil of William Price the younger...

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