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date: 22 October 2019

Barber, Josephlocked

(1757–1811)
  • C. E. Dawkins
  • , revised by R. J. Lambert

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Barber, Joseph (1757–1811), landscape painter, was born at Newcastle upon Tyne, one of the six children of Joseph Barber, bookseller and copperplate printer, who resided at Amen Corner, and his wife, Eleanor. He settled at Birmingham, where he established a successful drawing school whose students included the watercolourist ...

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