W. Deeble, Engraver

(fl. middle of 18th century)


From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

An engraver working in Cork in the middle of the eighteenth century. There is a book-plate of "Patrick Blair, M.D., of Blair's Castle, Cork," signed Deeble Sct. He also appears to have worked in Bristol. In Cromwell's "Excursions through Ireland" is an engraving of the "Bank of Ireland" by him, after G. Petrie, dated 1st June, 1820.

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