Thomas Sutherland

Birth: 1785

Death:1825

Thomas Sutherland (1785-1825) was an English engraver. He was born about 1785, and practiced his art in London. He is chiefly known by his plates in aquatint, some of which are printed in colors. Among his works are the Peacock Tavern, Islington, from whence the northern mails started ; some hunting subjects, and views of Dover and Calais.

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Dictionary of Artists of the English School (1878) pg. 442

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