— Unkles, Lithographer

(fl. early 19th century)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

He worked in Cork, where he resided at 26 South Mall. The illustrations in Lindsay's "View of the Coinage of Ireland," published in Cork in 1839, were lithographed by him, as also the total abstinence pledge card for Father Mathew. He also did some book-plates. The lithographed backgrounds used by Edouart for his silhouettes were done by "Unkles and Klasen" in 1835.

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