Graham Stewart, Wood Engraver

(d. 1786)

Wood Engraver

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Was originally a bricklayer, but became a wood-engraver, and is described in his obituary notice ("Freeman," 27-29th June, 1786) as "a very ingenious artist in wood devices for the Press." He exhibited at the Society of Artists in William Street in 1780, as an "Honorary Exhibitor," "The Conversion of St. Paul," a copy in Indian ink after Rubens. He died in Green Street, Dublin, in June, 1786.

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