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Fielding, Newton Smith Limbird (1799–1856), watercolour painter and lithographer, was born in London and baptized on 10 March 1815 at St Pancras Old Church, the youngest son of the painter Nathan Theodore Fielding (1746/7–1819) and his wife, Elizabeth (Betty), née Baker or Barker (...

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Louis Haghe (1806–1885) by unknown engraver, pubd 1885 (after M. J. Ganz) © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Haghe, Louis (1806–1885), lithographer and watercolour painter, was born in Tournai, Belgium, on 17 March 1806. His father and grandfather both practised as architects in Tournai and it was expected that he would follow suit. As a child he was encouraged to draw in his father's office, and this exposure to an architectural environment may have determined his predilections as an artist. Between the ages of ten and fifteen he was educated in the college at ...

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Morison, Douglas (1814–1847), watercolour painter and lithographer, was born at Tottenham, in Middlesex, on 22 August 1814, the son of Richard Morison, a doctor, of Datchet, near Windsor. He was a pupil and friend of the sporting artist Frederick Tayler. Morison was elected a member of the ...

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Rayner, Samuel (1806–1879), watercolour painter and lithographer, was born on 15 April 1806 in Colnbrook in Buckinghamshire, the third of the five children of Samuel (d. 1817) and Margaret Rayner. In 1812 Rayner's parents moved to London, where they established an ironmonger's business at ...