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date: 21 October 2019

Armstrong, Cosmolocked

(1781–1836)
  • R. E. Graves
  • , revised by Asia Haut

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Armstrong, Cosmo (1781–1836), engraver, was born in Birmingham. He was a pupil of the landscape engraver Thomas Milton (c.1745–1827), with whom he remained for five years. Armstrong specialized in historical and landscape engraving in the line manner, his first important work being a series of plates for ...

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British Museum, department of prints and drawings, London
M. Bryan, , 2 vols. (1816); new edn, ed. G. Stanley (1849); repr. new edn, ed. R. E. Graves & W. Armstrong, 2 vols. (1886–9); [4th edn], ed. G. C. Williamson, 5 vols. (1903–5) [various reprs.]
S. Redgrave, (1874); rev. edn (1878); repr. (1970)