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(Walter) Claude Flight (1881–1955) by unknown photographer, 1931 [ and Edith Lawrence (1890-1973) [at the entrance to his cave at Chantemesle, Seine-et-Oise, France]] courtesy Michael Parkin

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Flight, (Walter) Claude (1881–1955), linocut artist and art teacher, was born on 16 February 1881 at 12 Clairville Grove in South Kensington, London, son of Dr Walter Flight FRS (1841–1885), mineralogist and authority on meteorites at the British Museum, and his wife, Katherine Fell (1847–1942)...

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Green, Benjamin (bap. 1739, d. 1798), drawing master and engraver, was the ninth and youngest child of William Green (1696–1754) and his wife, Sarah (1696/7–1788); he was baptized at Halesowen parish church, Shropshire, on 5 April 1739. His career as an artist was probably founded on a family connection with ...

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See Green, Amos

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Malcolm Osborne (1880–1963) by Dorothy Webster Hawksley, 1959 © reserved; collection National Portrait Gallery, London

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Osborne, Malcolm (1880–1963), printmaker and teacher of printmaking, was born on 1 August 1880 at 2 Waterloo, Frome, Somerset, one of three sons of Alfred Arthur Osborne, a schoolmaster, and his wife, Sarah Elizabeth, née Biggs. Osborne was educated in Bristol at the ...

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Phillips, Charles (fl. 1766–1783), engraver and drawing-master, is said to have been born in 1737, but his origins are unknown. He began to exhibit with the Free Society in 1766 and continued until 1783. In 1769 his address, as printed in their catalogue, was 'in ...

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Short, Sir Francis Job [Frank] (1857–1945), printmaker and teacher of printmaking, was born at High Park, Wollaston, Worcestershire, on 19 June 1857, the second of the four children of Job Till Short (b. 1832), an engineer, and his wife, Emma (b...

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Sir Francis Job Short (1857–1945) by Malcolm Osborne, 1931 © reserved; Garton & Co.

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Smith, Gabriel (1724–1783), printmaker and drawing master, was probably born in London, where he was apprenticed to and then employed by the engraver Gerard Scotin. On the latter's death, Smith advertised that he would continue the drawing school at his late master's lodgings, at the ...