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Smith, Charleslocked

(1749–1824)
  • F. M. O'Donoghue
  • , revised by Kate Retford

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Smith, Charles (1749–1824), subject and portrait painter, born on 7 November 1749 in Stenness in the Orkneys, was the son of William Smith and Charlotte Whitefoord, sister of the diplomat Caleb Whitefoord. After studying at the Royal Academy Schools, he attempted to establish himself as a portrait painter in ...

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