Thomas Newman, Portrait Painter

Portrait Painter

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

Was a pupil in the Dublin Society's School, and in 1813 obtained the first prize for modelling, and in 1815 a prize for drawing from the life. He exhibited a landscape with figures and cattle at the Royal Irish Institution in 1815, and a portrait and a miniature at the exhibition in Hawkins Street in 1817. He was then living in Bride Street, and in 1818 was at 17 Great Ship Street.

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