Charles Fleetwood, Engraver

(fl. c. 1764)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

He was educated at the Blue-coat School, Dublin, which he entered in June, 1752. On the 23rd July, 1758, he left and was apprenticed to Michael Ford, the painter and mezzotint engraver. The Dublin Society gave him a premium of three guineas in 1764 for "new designs engraved on copper," but no further account of him has been found.

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