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William Etty

William Etty A putto collecting flowers oil painting on canvas
A putto collecting flowers
Painting ID::  92327
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William Etty A putto collecting flowers oil painting on canvas



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  William Etty
  1787-1849 English William Etty Location English painter. Born into a Methodist family, he was the seventh child of a miller and baker in Feasegate, York, and in 1798 he was apprenticed as a printer to Robert Peck, publisher of the Hull Packet. Financial support from his uncle, a banker, allowed him to go to London in 1805, where he entered the Royal Academy Schools in 1806. For a year, in 1807-8, he was a pupil of Thomas Lawrence, who greatly influenced him. Following the death of his uncle in 1809 he became financially secure. From 1811 he exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy and the British Institution and in 1816 worked in the studio of Jean-Baptiste Regnault in Paris.
  A putto collecting flowers
  oil on panel Date 19th century cjr

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