Benjamin Wilson

male / English
etcher, mezzotinter, painter
Leeds (West Yorkshire) 1721-06-21
London (England) 1788-06-06
Stewart/Cutten 1997: begraven in St. George the Martyr's begraafplaats
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Stewart/Cutten 1997: W. nam Zoffany heimelijk in dienst om hen te helpen met zijn conversatiestukken
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  • Dublin 1748 - 1750
  • Londen (Engeland) 1750 - 1769
    Thieme/Becker 1907-1950: in Londen werd W. in 1764 benoemd tot 'Sergeant Painter to the King' en in 1773 tot 'Painter to the Board of Ordinance'; Bénézit 1999: W. volgde in 1761 Hogarth op als 'Sergeant Painter'; Stewart/Cutten 1997: 'Master Painter to the Board of Ordinance' in 1767 of 1773. In 1769 gaf W. het schilderen op en richtte zich op wetenschappelijke experimenten
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history (as a genre), portrait, landscape (as genre)
Entered on: 1992-02-01; Modification on: 2017-08-30


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