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Thomas Stothard

Thomas Stothard Oil undated portrait of a Boy in a speech Velvet Suit oil painting on canvas
Oil undated portrait of a Boy in a speech Velvet Suit
Painting ID::  45948
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Thomas Stothard Oil undated portrait of a Boy in a speech Velvet Suit oil painting on canvas



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  Thomas Stothard
  English Neoclassical Painter, 1755-1834,English illustrator, painter and designer. He was one of the most popular, prolific and successful artists of his time and was highly regarded by such contemporaries as Thomas Lawrence and Walter Scott. He was the son of a prosperous publican and completed his apprenticeship as a silk weaver (1770-77), before studying at the Royal Academy, London (1777-c. 1783). From the beginning of his career, book illustration was his main area of activity. His earliest surviving works are in the decorative Rococo mode, but he soon adopted the more idealistic Neo-classicism of John Hamilton Mortimer and James Barry. Together with his friends and near contemporaries, William Blake and John Flaxman, Stothard developed an austere, linear style of draughtsmanship.
  Oil undated portrait of a Boy in a speech Velvet Suit
  mk178 on linen 142.2x114.3cm

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