Interment of the Remains of the Late Lord Viscount Nelson, in the Cathedral of St. Paul, London on the 9th of January, 1806
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About the artist
Frederick Christian Lewis senior was born in London; the son of a miniature painter. He was taught by his father and apprenticed to J. C. Stadler. In 1797 he entered the Royal Academy Schools. He married Elizabeth Exton and their children included painters John Frederick and Frederick Christian junior. He engraved Girtin’s illustrations to ‘Twenty of the Most Picturesque Views in Paris and its Environs’ (1803) and exhibited at the Royal Academy, British Institution, Society of British Artists and Old Watercolour Society. He also engraved Old Master drawings for Otley’s ‘The Italian School of Design’ (1808-23) and work by contemporary artists. Lewis served as engraver to several royals including Queen Victoria. He died in Middlesex, aged 77.
- Interment of the Remains of the Late Lord Viscount Nelson, in the Cathedral of St. Paul, London on the 9th of January, 1806
- Colour aquatint
- Purchased from Parker Gallery, May 1979
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