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date: 17 February 2020

Smith, John Thomaslocked

(1766–1833)
  • Lucy Peltz

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Smith, John Thomas (1766–1833), printmaker and draughtsman, was born in a hackney carriage bound for his family home at 7 Great Portland Street, London, on 23 June 1766. His father was the printseller and sculptor Nathaniel Smith (bap. 1738, d. 1809), who, for the first part of his career, was an assistant to the celebrated ...

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