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date: 18 September 2020

Clint, Alfredlocked

(1807–1883)
  • R. E. Graves
  • , revised by Paul A. Cox

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Clint, Alfred (1807–1883), marine painter, was the fifth and youngest son of George Clint ARA (1770–1854), painter and engraver, and his first wife. He was born in Alfred Place, Bedford Square, London, on 22 March 1807. A pupil of his father, Clint also studied from life with a society of students meeting first in ...

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