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Green, William (1760–1823), landscape painter and etcher, was born on 25 August 1760, at 3 Windmill Street, Lad Lane, Deansgate, Manchester, the son of Joshua Green (b. 1725), schoolmaster, and his wife, Catherine Simpson (1734–1760). Initially his father's pupil, he later attended ...

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J. L. Caw

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Law, David (1831–1901), etcher and landscape painter, was born in Edinburgh on 25 April 1831 and baptized there on 12 November, the son of John Law and his wife, Charlotte. Having been apprenticed at an early age to the steel-engraver George Aikman, he was admitted in 1845 on his master's recommendation to the ...

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David Law (1831–1901) by George Paul Chalmers, 1878 Scottish National Portrait Gallery

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Palmer, Samuel (1805–1881), landscape painter and etcher, was born on 27 January 1805, at Surrey Square, Newington, London, the eldest child of Samuel Palmer (1775–1848) and Martha Giles (1778–1818), who were married on 12 October 1803. The Palmers were an upper-middle-class family, who had in the eighteenth century been prosperous feltmakers in the ...

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Samuel Palmer (1805–1881) self-portrait, c. 1824–8 Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

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Schweickhardt, Heinrich Wilhelm (1746–1797), landscape painter and etcher, who is believed to have been of Dutch descent, was born in Brandenburg or in Hamm, Westphalia, the son of the engraver L. Schweickhardt. From 1755 he studied under Girolamo Lapis, an Italian painter, at ...

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Stannard, Joseph (1797–1830), marine and landscape painter and etcher, was born on 13 September 1797 in Norwich, and baptized on 17 September at the church of St Michael at Plea, the eldest son of Abraham Stannard (1765–1838), landlord of a public house, and his wife, ...

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F. M. O'Donoghue

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Strutt, Jacob George (1784–1867), landscape painter and etcher, studied in London, and was a contributor to the Royal Academy, British Institution, and the Society of British Artists, Suffolk Street, between 1819 and 1858. For a few years he practised portrait painting, but from 1824 to 1831 he exhibited studies of forest scenery and was best-known for two sets of etchings published at this time—...