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Flint, Sir William Russell (1880–1969), artist, was born on 4 April 1880 in Edinburgh, one of three children of Francis Wighton Flint (1850/51–1902), a graphic designer and watercolourist, and Jane Purves, a civil servant. The Flints' two sons, William Russell and Robert Purves (1883–1947)...

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Fulton, Robert (1765–1815), engineer and artist, the elder son in the family of three daughters and two sons of Robert Fulton (d. 1774?), a tailor, farmer, and tradesman, and his wife, Mary Smith (d. 1799), was born on 14 November 1765 at a farmhouse in ...

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Kilburn, William (1745–1818), artist and calico printer, was born on 1 November 1745, at Capel Street, Dublin, the only son of Samuel Kilburn, architect of that city. He showed an early talent for drawing, and was apprenticed to John Lisson, an English calico printer with a large works at ...

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Roberts, David (1796–1864), artist, was born on 24 October 1796 at a house in Church Lane, Stockbridge, near Edinburgh, and baptized on 23 November 1796 at St Cuthbert's Church, Canongate, Edinburgh, the eldest of the five children of John Roberts (1754–1840), shoemaker, and his wife, ...

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David Roberts (1796–1864) by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, 1844 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Shiels, William (1783–1857), artist, was born at Hounslow, in the parish of Westruther, Berwickshire, on 4 December 1783, one of twin sons of Thomas Shiels (d. 1793/4), a tenant farmer and blacksmith, and his wife, Agnes Dove (1755–1829). Shiels's mother remarried about 1794 and her new husband, ...

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Trail, Ann Agnes [name in religion Agnes Xavier] (1798–1872), Roman Catholic nun and artist, was born on 16 February 1798 at Panbride, Forfarshire, the second of eleven children of the Revd David Trail (1765–1850), minister of Panbride, presbytery of Arbroath, and his wife, ...