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Text:"....)There is a short biographical sketch of thia artist in Bryans Dictionary of Fainters and Engraven (Bell Daldy, York Street, Covent Grarden, n.d.)» in which it is said that JohnHamiltonMortimer was born..."
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... value, work by the most eminent artists represented here, John Wooton. Joseph Wright of Derby, JohnHamilton. Mortimer, James Ward, Francis Wheatley, Samuel Palmer and Zoffany, slumbered in private..."
Date:Apr 28 1965
Publication:Nashua, New Hampshire, United States of America
Text:"...-de-Lode with Holy Trinity, Gloucester ; Rev. E. H. Mav, Hi.A., vicarof Parwich and Alsop-cn-le-Dale, reef orof Bartlow.Cainbridge; Rev. JohnHamiltonMortimer, M. A., curate of St. Clement ’s, Oxford, rectprpf..."
Date:Dec 24 1903
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... Victoria and Albert Museum The design is taken from a print by JohnHamiltonMortimer Llewellyn 40 said the subject began to interest him when he studied the sculpture of funeral monuments and wondered why..."
Date:Apr 3 1992
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
Text:"..., of Eastbourne, President of the Royal Society, died 1888; JohnHamiltonMortimer, painter, born at Eastbourne; James Lambert, self-taught artist, born at Jevlngton, I736i Sir John JofTaray, eminent Judge, temp..."
Date:Aug 31 1864
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... ancestors, JohnHamiltonMortimer, was made a Eoyal Academician by George II. in 1739. Miss Hollams's parents have a house in town, as well as a place in the country, Nrhere the young artist loves best to be..."
Date:Apr 30 1899
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... of war pictures. Those present were Edwin Durland, Frederick Ebersold, Douglas Albright, Harry and Lester Laatz, JohnHamilton,'Mortimer Youker, Oscar and Edward Schneider, Earl Rossman, Edmund Wilson..."
Date:Mar 30 1918
Publication:Oak Park, Illinois, United States of America
Text:"... school. Strong in his im- pressions of Nature's rigors ously and powerfully grandly poetic in tone and broadly and simply his works will secure him an imper- ishable name in the English JOHNHAMILTON..."
Date:Feb 13 1897
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
Text:"... of the speciments shown date from the eighteenth century. The furniture is very interesting. There is a representation of JohnHamiltonMortimer, wrought at the Avranches Convent School in human hair on silk..."
Date:May 15 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... In removing bis opponents from the state centra) committee, it was learned today. Nonnamaker and son Ulenn and daughter Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Walter | PfanCO PlanS WoHd HamlHon and Mr. and Mrs. John ' '' Hamilton..."
Date:July 28 1928
Publication:Findlay, Ohio, United States of America
Text:"... a hunting plcturo accepted and bung on the line at tho Royal Academy, and yot to be a cirl of only 231 The youn,g is a descendant of JohnHamiltonMortimer, who Ava.s made a Royal Acade..."
Date:June 4 1899
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
Text:"... an original piclure, painted by the late JohnHamilton. Mortimer, engraved by Thomas Burke, and intended as a companion to the print of King John ratifying Magna Charts, engraved by the late Mr.Ry-land, from..."
Date:May 8 1784
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... of Agio-court, from an original Pi�hu*e, painted by the Wte: JohnHamiltonMortimer, engraved by Thomas Burke, and intended as a Companion to the Print of King Jof~ ratifyiag^Magna Cbaru, engraved..."
Date:May 13 1784
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Text:"... HamiltonMortimer, cousin of the bride, and thé Bev. T. C.Twitehell. Allan Tudor Davie?, second son of Major T. H. Davies, late 2nd West India Regiment, to Mamie Owen Scott, eldest daughter of Stauley..."
Date:July 27 1901
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom