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Samuel Freeman - Original 19th Century Engraving, Thomas Chalmers. D.D.

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Samuel Freeman - Original Original 19th Century Engraving. Stipple engraving. 'Thomas Chalmers, D.D., Minister of the Tron Church, Glasgow.' Engraved from the New Evangelical Magazine possibly from 1815 to 1820. Signed in plate. On wove. Some folding to paper around corners and losses to right side outside of plate. Foxing and age toning as pictured.

Samuel Freeman (1773-1857) was an English engraver. He died on 27 February 1857, aged 84. Freeman worked chiefly in stipple, and is principally known as an engraver of portraits. For Tresham's British Gallery (1815) Freeman engraved the Stafford Gallery replica of Raphael's La vierge au diadème. He also engraved some of the plates for Jones's National Gallery, and numerous portraits for Fisher's National Portrait Gallery. For James Dallaway's edition of Hugh Walpole's Anecdotes of Painting he engraved The Marriage of Henry VI and Margaret of Anjou from an ancient painting.

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17 x 11.2cm (6.7" x 4.4")
Sheet: 22.2 x 14cm (8.7" x 5.5")

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Code nb775
Artist Samuel Freeman
Date 19th Century
Dimensions 17 x 11.2cm
Medium Engraving
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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