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William Capon. Draughtsman and Painter of Architecture and Landscape, to His late Royal Highness, the Duke of York. Born 1757._Died 1827.
William Capon. Draughtsman and Painter of Architecture and Landscape, to His late Royal Highness, the Duke of York. Born 1757._Died 1827.
Painted in Minature by W. Bone. Engraved by W. Bond.
Published by J.B. Nichols, Parliament Street, March 1, 1828. Gent_Mag. Feb.y. 1828. p.105.
Engraving, on india. Plate: 155 x 235mm (6 x 9¼") very large margins. Very slight crease.
A half-length seated portrait of British draughtsman William Capon (1757-1827) who was employed to do the decorations at Ranelagh Gardens and the Italian Opera House and to do scene painting at the Drury Lane Theatre.
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This Plate representing Selina Hewitt, Mary Ann Hague, & Mary Haines, Deaf and Dumb Patients, who have obtained their Hearing and Speech at the Royal Dispensary for Diseases of the Ear. Under the care of J.H. Curtis Esqr. Aurist to His Majesty, Is by
This Plate representing Selina Hewitt, Mary Ann Hague, & Mary Haines, Deaf and Dumb Patients, who have obtained their Hearing and Speech at the Royal Dispensary for Diseases of the Ear. Under the care of J.H. Curtis Esqr. Aurist to His Majesty, Is by Special Permission, humbly dedicated to H.R.H. The Duchess fo Kent, The Patroness of the Institution, By her Royal Highness's most obedient and devoted humble Servant William Bone. Proof.
Painted by W. Bone. Engraved by W. Bond.
London, Published March 7, 1831 by M. Colnaghi, Printseller to the King, 23, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross.
Stipple. Plate 229 x 153mm. 9 x 6".
Royal Dispensary for Diseases of the Ear was established in 1805.
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