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date: 27 May 2020

Vivares, Francislocked

(1709–1780)
  • Timothy Clayton

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Vivares, Francis (1709–1780), landscape engraver, was born on 11 July 1709 in St Jean-du-Bruel, north of Montpellier, the third son of Jean Vivares, who abjured his protestant faith to remain in France. At two years old Francis was sent to Geneva and then, aged eighteen, to ...

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