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Charles Reuben Ryley (1746-1798)

"The son of a trooper in the Horse Guards, he was born in London about 1752. He was of weak constitution and deformed in figure. At he first studied engraving, for which he received a premium in 1767 from the Society of Arts; later he took up painting and became a pupil of John Hamilton Mortimer, and a student of the Royal Academy. Bad health affected his work, and he worked for booksellers, and taught in schools. He died on 13 October 1798, at his house in what was then the New Road, Marylebone." (Wikipedia 27.11.2013)

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Created Charles Reuben Ryley (1746-1798)
Printing plate produced Thomas Ryder (1746-1810)
Published Simon Watts

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