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Lithographs and Lithographers


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Wherever possible, biographical details are supplemented through links to Wikipedia, BM and NPG.
Lithography is a method of printing originally based on the immiscibility of oil and water. The printing is from a stone (lithographic limestone) or a metal plate with a smooth surface. Further information: Wikipedia

Lithographers
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Benoist, Felix 1818-96
Bourne, John Cooke 1814-96
Boys, Thomas Shotter 1803-74
Brandard, John 1812-63
Buckler, Edward H.
Cheese, Bernard 1925-2013
Choquet, Jean Baptist 1774-1824
Cooper, Richard II 1740-1822
Cooper, Robert 1759-1833
Cooper, Thomas Sidney 1803-1902
Davy, Henry 1793-1865
Delpech, Francois-Seraphin 1778-1825
Dibdin, Thomas Colman 1810-93
Doyle, John 1797-1868
Evans, William 1798-1877
Fielding, Newton Smith 1799-1856
Gauci, William
Groom, Robert S
Harding, James Duffield 1798-1863
Haseler, Henry
Hawkins, George 1809-52
Herdman, William Gawin 1805-82
Hodges, William 1744-97
Hodgson, David 1798-1864
Ingalton, William 1794-1866
Lalaise, Hippolyte 1810-84
Madeley, George Edward 1798-1858
Millington, William 1810-90
Nicholson, Francis 1753-1844
Nicholson, George 1787-1878
Prout, John Skinner 1805-76
Radclyffe, Charles William 1817-1903
Roberts, David 1796-1864
Rowe, George 1796-1864
Spreat, William 1816-97
Whittock, Nathaniel 1791-1860
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