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date: 16 October 2019

Fairland, Thomaslocked

(1804–1852)
  • Michael Twyman

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Fairland, Thomas (1804–1852), lithographer and engraver, took an interest in drawing at an early age and worked from nature in London's Kensington Gardens; later he studied under Fuseli at the Royal Academy, where he gained a silver medal for a drawing of a cast of Hercules which then stood in the academy's entrance hall. On leaving the academy he became a pupil of the line engraver ...

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