Frank Lewis, Engraver

(fl. early 19th century)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Was an engraver of seals and book-plates in Cork. He cut seals in boxwood, marvels of minute work; and had a method of producing artificial stones for armorial seals which he made from clay and baked in a certain way so as to produce the necessary hardness. A large book-plate, signed, was engraved by him for the well-known Cork author and antiquary, John Windele.

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