J. E. Newman, Draughtsman


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

He lived in Philipsburgh Avenue about the beginning of the nineteenth century. Drawings by him have been met with; careful perspective studies in water-colour, examples of clever ingenuity, such as a table with books, artist's materials, etc., minutely done, the writing in the books microscopic but legible.

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