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Anderton, Henrylocked

(1630–1667)
  • Ernest Radford
  • , revised by Susan Cooper Morgan

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Anderton, Henry (1630–1667), portrait painter, was a pupil of Robert Streater, serjeant-painter to Charles II, and initially painted in all the genres like his master. His Mountain Landscape (c.1660) is in the Tate collection. After studying in Rome, probably in the early 1660s, he returned to ...

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