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Tate, Williamlocked

(1748–1806)
  • Deborah Graham-Vernon

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Tate, William (1748–1806), portrait painter, was born in Liverpool in September 1748, and was the brother of the Liverpool merchant and amateur painter Richard Tate. He attended a school at Woolton, near Liverpool. The painter Joseph Wright lodged with Richard Tate in 1769 and shortly thereafter ...

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