Charles Malcolm Grey, Wood Engraver

Wood Engraver

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

A son of the foregoing. He was an able engraver on wood and worked in Dublin for some time, where he was employed on "Zozimus" and other papers and periodicals, including "The Monitor," where some clever illustrations after drawings by his brother Alfred will be found. In 1882 he went to London, where he worked for the "Illustrated London News" and the "Graphic." He is believed to have died within the last two or three years, but the date has not been found.

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