Thomas Holloway(1748-1827), Engraver
Artist associated with 33 portraits
Between 1773 and 1777, he exhibited a variety of works at the Royal Academy, including seals, engraved gems, and portraits in crayon and oil. Holloway's largest project was the English edition of J. C. Lavater's Essays on Physiognomy, translated by Dr Henry Hunter and published in five volumes (1789-98). This work was illustrated with about 800 plates by a number of engravers including Francesco Bartolozzi and William Blake, with Holloway contributing about 300 plates.
after Thomas Holloway
line engraving, published 1 July 1776
by Thomas Holloway, published by John Sewell, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
etching, published 1786 (1777-1778)
by Thomas Holloway
line engraving, published 1792
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