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Pars, William Edmundlocked

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Pars, William Edmund (1742–1782), topographical watercolour painter, was born in London on 28 February 1742, the son of Albertus Pars, a metal-engraver, and his wife, Mary, and trained at William Shipley's drawing school in the Strand. He won a number of awards from the ...

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