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Henry Maudslay (1771-1831), Engineer

Sitter in 4 portraits
Engineer and toolmaker; he made the first accurate industrial lathes. He began his career under Joseph Bramah, and although the two inventors worked together Maudslay is regarded as the founder of the machine-tool and mechanical engineering industry. He also improved the marine steam-engine.

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1075

Men of Science Living in 1807-8

by Sir John Gilbert, and Frederick John Skill, and William Walker, and Elizabeth Walker (née Reynolds)
pencil and wash, 1858-1862
NPG 1075

1075a

Engraving after 'Men of Science Living in 1807-8'

by George Zobel, and William Walker
engraving, 1862
NPG 1075a

D1378

Henry Maudslay

by Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon, published by Charles Etienne Pierre Motte
lithograph, 1827
NPG D1378