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Dorothy Boyle, countess of Burlington (1699–1758) by William Kent, c. 1735 [painting in the garden room at Chiswick House] Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth. By permission of the Duke of Devonshire and the Chatsworth Settlement Trustees

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Boyle [née Savile], Dorothy, countess of Burlington (1699–1758), portrait painter and caricaturist, was born in London on 13 September 1699 and baptized on 24 September at St James's, Piccadilly, the elder daughter of William Savile, second marquess of Halifax (1665–1700), and his second wife, ...

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Henry William Bunbury (1750–1811) by Thomas Ryder, pubd 1789 (after Sir Thomas Lawrence, c. 1788) [notating his Long Minuet] © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bunbury, Henry William (1750–1811), artist and caricaturist, was born on 1 July 1750 at the Manor House, Mildenhall, Suffolk, the second son of the Revd Sir William Bunbury, fifth baronet (c.1710–1764) and vicar of Mildenhall, and his wife, Eleanor (d...

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Collier, John [pseud. Tim Bobbin] (1708–1786), satirist and caricaturist, was born at Church Lane, Urmston, Lancashire, on 16 December 1708. He was the third of nine children of John Collier, Church of England clergyman (c.1676–1739) and his wife, Mary Cook (...

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John Collier (1708–1786) self-portrait, c. 1750 © Rochdale Art Gallery

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George Cruikshank (1792–1878) by Daniel Maclise, 1833 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Cruikshank, George (1792–1878), graphic artist, was born on 27 September 1792, and baptized on 6 November at St George's, Bloomsbury Way, London, the second son of Isaac Cruikshank (1764–1811), caricaturist, and his wife, Mary, née MacNaughton (1769–1853). At the time the family lived at ...

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Gilroy, John Thomas Young (1898–1985), graphic artist and portrait painter, was born on 20 May 1898 at 4 Crawhall Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne, the second son and the fourth of eight children of John William Gilroy, marine artist and technical draughtsman, and his wife, ...

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John Thomas Young Gilroy (1898–1985) self-portrait Garrick Club / the art archive

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John Leech (1817–1864) by Sir John Everett Millais, 1854 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Leech, John (1817–1864), humorous artist and illustrator, was born at 28 Bennett Street, Stamford Street, London, on 29 August 1817 and baptized on 16 November at Christ Church, Southwark, London, the only son of John Leech, (d. c.1870), the assistant proprietor of the ...

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Patch, Thomas (bap. 1725, d. 1782), artist and physiognomist, was baptized on 31 March 1725 at St Paul's, Exeter, the second of the three children of John Patch (1691–1746), a surgeon, and his wife, Hannah Miller. He studied medicine in Exeter and in ...

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Thomas Patch (bap. 1725, d. 1782) by self-portrait, 1760–69 © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Pettiward, Roger Gamelyn [pseud. Paul Crum] (1906–1942), artist, was born at Onehouse Lodge, Onehouse, near Stowmarket, Suffolk, on 25 November 1906 into a well-to-do landowning family. Roger Pettiward was the eldest son in the family of two sons and two daughters of ...

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Sime, Sidney Herbert (1864x7–1941), illustrator and caricaturist, was born at 201 Radnor Street, Hulme, Manchester on 15 November 1865, the second of the seven children (four sons and three daughters) of David Syme (or Sime) (1834/5-1909), warehouseman and later upholsterer and salesman, and his wife ...

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Townshend, George, first Marquess Townshend (1724–1807), politician and caricaturist, was born on 28 February 1724 in London, the eldest son of Charles Townshend, third Viscount Townshend (1700–1764) [see under Townshend, second Viscount Townshend], politician, and his wife, Etheldreda Townshend (c. 1708–1788)...

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George Townshend, first Marquess Townshend (1724–1807) by Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1778–9 Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Gift of Rueben Wells Leonard Estate, 1948

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Ullyett, Royden Herbert Frederick (1914–2001), cartoonist and caricaturist, was born at 37 Lyndhurst Drive, Leyton, Essex, on 16 March 1914, the third son of Henry John Emerson Ullyett, secretary–manager of Slazengers sports equipment manufacturers, and his wife, (Kate) Hilda, formerly Foreman, née Glover...

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Royden Herbert Frederick Ullyett (1914–2001) by unknown photographer, 1981 PA Photos