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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Motoretta Unframed Wall 16"x24"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Motoretta Unframed Wall 16"x24" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 24.0 inches (H) x 16.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Horizontal Art subject: Still life Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Band Legged Blue Stripe Unframed Wall 18"x24"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Band Legged Blue Stripe Unframed Wall 18"x24" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 24.0 inches (H) x 18.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Vertical Art subject: Insect animal Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Polka Dot Unframed Wall 18"x24"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Polka Dot Unframed Wall 18"x24" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 24.0 inches (H) x 18.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Vertical Art subject: Insect animal Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Band Legged Blue Stripe Unframed Wall 24"x32"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Band Legged Blue Stripe Unframed Wall 24"x32" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 32.0 inches (H) x 24.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Vertical Art subject: Insect animal Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Polka Dot Unframed Wall 24"x32"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Polka Dot Unframed Wall 24"x32" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 32.0 inches (H) x 24.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Vertical Art subject: Insect animal Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Motoretta Unframed Wall 22"x32"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Motoretta Unframed Wall 22"x32" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 22.0 inches (H) x 32.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Horizontal Art subject: Still life Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Polka Dot Unframed Wall 35"x47"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Polka Dot Unframed Wall 35"x47" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 47.0 inches (H) x 35.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Vertical Art subject: Insect animal Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Motoretta Unframed Wall 30"x47"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Motoretta Unframed Wall 30"x47" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 30.0 inches (H) x 47.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Horizontal Art subject: Transportation Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Band Legged Blue Stripe Unframed Wall 35"x47"
Trademark Fine Art John W Golden Band Legged Blue Stripe Unframed Wall 35"x47" 

Born in 1967, John Golden is the son of a watercolorist mother and a folk singer storyteller father. He loved to draw from an early age, and for that reason, his school work often suffered. When John was 10 years old, his mother opened a gallery to show and sell her watercolors. John spent half of his afternoons in the back room of the gallery, building model buildings out of scrap mat board and the other half wandering the historic city around the gallery. Many historic but decrepit buildings had recently been torn down, so the area was full of scrap materials, found relics and textures, and John developed a love for the unintentional design that exists in urban environments Dimensions (Overall): 47.0 inches (H) x 35.0 inches (W) x 2.0 inches (D) Artwork Material: Canvas Orientation: Vertical Art subject: Insect animal Assembly details: No assembly required Artwork medium: Digital art

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RoGallery La Boheme (Metropolitan Opera), 1978 by Jamie Wyeth (Poster)
RoGallery La Boheme (Metropolitan Opera), 1978 by Jamie Wyeth (Poster) 

La Boheme (Metropolitan Opera), 1978 Poster: *Poster on heavy stock Jamie Wyeth, American (1946 - ) has since adolescence attracted considerable attention as a third-generation American artist: son of Andrew Wyeth, among the country's most popular painters, and the grandson of Newell Convers Wyeth, famous for his distinctive illustrations for the classic novels by Stevenson, Cooper, and Scott. "Everybody in my family paints - excluding possibly the dogs", says Jamie Wyeth. And non-human subjects are a common theme: long a sensitive observer of his rural surroundings, he paints livestock and other animals with the same care and intensity he devotes to portraits of people. He won precocious fame, in fact, with Portrait of Pig, his picture of a pink and white sow. The technical facility Wyeth showed even in his early work helps explain why his first one-man show in New York happened when he was only 20, and a retrospective in Omaha, Nebraska, occurred before his 30th birthday. James Browning Wyeth was born on July 6, 1946, in Wilmington, Delaware, just south of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, where he grew up and still lives part of each year. His mother is Betsy (James) Wyeth; he has an older brother, Nicholas. During childhood, Wyeth had before him the example not only of his father and grandfather but also two of his aunts, Carolyn Wyeth and Henriette (Wyeth) Hurd, and his uncles Peter Hurd and John McCoy - all painters. With pencils, brushes, and paints always at hand, the boy found it natural to use them to express his impression of a book he'd read or a movie he'd seen. He left public school after the sixth grade to be tutored at home so he could devote more time to art. Having acquired most of his own schooling from private tutors, his father didn't consider a formal education necessary for an artist. After taking English and history lessons in the morning, Jamie Wyeth would go to his aunt Carolyn's studio, where for the first year he was assigned to drawing spheres and cubes. Although bored by such disciplinary exercises, he understood their value. Indifferent to sports and games and undistracted by the social activities that would have claimed his attention in school, Jamie Wyeth spent at least eight hours a day studying, sketching, and painting. His natural talent developed under the guidance of his father, who in his own youth had the benefit of N.C. Wyeth's instruction and encouragement. His father, he recalls, didn't actually give him lessons, but rather let him work and then offered constructive criticism. Precocious Artist: By the time he was 18, Wyeth's paintings hung in the permanent collections of the Wilmington Society of Art in Wilmington, Delaware, and in the William A. Farnsworth Library and Art Museum in Rockland, Maine - as well as in several private collections. He'd begun to paint portraits in oils, including works that still stand among his most powerful, such as Draft Age and Shorty. Wyeth examined all aspects of the appearance and character of the people he painted. For his portrait of Lincoln Kirstein, he required 200 hours of sittings by the impresario. True to his thoroughgoing approach, Wyeth studied anatomy one winter in New York by working every Saturday at a Harlem hospital morgue. But if he had the advantage of a celebrated family name, Jamie Wyeth also faced the immediate rejection of his work by some of the avant-garde critics who dictated the criteria for the New York art scene. Some lost no time in transferring their distaste for the traditional style and themes of Andrew Wyeth's realistic canvases to the paintings of his son. While serving in the Delaware Air National Guard from 1966 to 1971, Wyeth was commissioned to paint a portrait of Charles L. Terry, Delaware's governor, although he rarely accepts commissions for portraits. He was also persuaded by people close to the Kennedys to undertake a posthumous portrait of President John F. Kennedy. He familiarized himself with Kennedy's appearance through photographs, motion picture footage, and talks with people who knew him, including several discussions at Hyannisport, Massachusetts, with the President's widow. To get a sense of the living President, he made numerous sketches of his brothers, Robert and Edward Kennedy. In another departure, toward the end of the 1960s, Wyeth took part in Eyewitness to Space, jointly sponsored by the NASA and the National Gallery of Art in Washington - a program designed to record details of the United States space probes. As a participating artist, he covered both launchings and splashdowns. Another historic event that provided subjects for his drawings was Watergate: on trips to Washington from Maine in the spring, summer, and fall of 1974, he sketched incidents in the Senate and Supreme Court relating to Watergate developments, as well as the tense courtroom scenes in Judge John J. Sirica's trial of John D. Erlichman and other defendants. Widening Renown: Meanwhile, Jamie Wy.

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RoGallery The Alchemist by Michael DeCamp (Photograph)
RoGallery The Alchemist by Michael DeCamp (Photograph) 

The Alchemist Photograph: *Photograph *Signed *Edition of 50 *Year circa 1975 Michael Anderson DeCamp, 85, of 417 S. Broad St, Edenton, NC, died Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in his home. His life was a clear path; no regrets, no guilt, no complications, He was a powerful force that will be missed. Mr. deCamp was born in New York City, NY, and was a son of the late Jesse Albert and Margaret Dodsworth deCamp, In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers, William Dodsworth deCamp and Laurent deCamp. A graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, CT, and later in 1949 from Princeton University, he taught science for 20 years at The Peck School in Morristown, NJ. Mr. deCamp was a prominent art photographer with works in museums and publications throughout the world. A pioneer in underwater shipwreck exploration and identifications on the entire East Coast of the United States, he was the first sport diver to go to the sunken Andrea Doria, off Nantucket, MA. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, Wesley Martin deCamp; a son, John A. "Jock" deCamp and wife Laurie of Nyack, NY; a daughter, Carly deCamp Lober and husband Keith of South Lake Tahoe, CA; and three grandchildren, Daisy Cassidy Diamonti, her husband A.J. and their son, Jack of Novato, CA, George Michael Cassidy of Pacific Grove, CA and Hayden Grace deCamp of Nyack.

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RoGallery Midnight Theater by Michael DeCamp (Photograph)
RoGallery Midnight Theater by Michael DeCamp (Photograph) 

Midnight Theater Photograph: *Photograph *Signed and numbered *Edition of 50 *Year circa 1975 Michael Anderson deCamp, 85, of 417 S. Broad St, Edenton, NC, died Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in his home. His life was a clear path; no regrets, no guilt, no complications. He was a powerful force that will be missed. Mr. deCamp was born in New York City, NY, and was a son of the late Jesse Albert and Margaret Dodsworth deCamp. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers, William Dodsworth deCamp and Laurent deCamp. A graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, CT, and later in 1949 from Princeton University, he taught science for 20 years at The Peck School in Morristown, NJ. Mr. deCamp was a prominent art photographer with works in museums and publications throughout the world. A pioneer in underwater shipwreck exploration and identifications on the entire East Coast of the United States, he was the first sport diver to go to the sunken Andrea Doria, off Nantucket, MA. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, Wesley Martin deCamp; a son, John A. Jock deCamp and wife Laurie of Nyack, NY; a daughter, Carly deCamp Lober and husband Keith of South Lake Tahoe, CA; and three grandchildren, Daisy Cassidy Diamonti, her husband A.J. and their son, Jack of Novato, CA, George Michael Cassidy of Pacific Grove, CA and Hayden Grace deCamp of Nyack.

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RoGallery Rooftops by John Civitello (Silkscreen)
RoGallery Rooftops by John Civitello (Silkscreen) 

Rooftops Silkscreen: *Silkscreen *Signed and numbered in pencil *Limited edition: 19/75 *Year: 1977 Civitello graduated in 1961 from William Pater-son College and received an M.A. degree from New York University. He then spent two years in Italy as a Prix de Rome winner. On his return, Civitello struck by the industrial quality of New York was determined to transform the city's industrial machinery and architectural scenes into symbols of people and their environment. Blending the clarity of Charles Sheeler's Precisionism with spatial and light dislocations more typical of de Chirico, Civitello uses muted, pastel colors to soften the hard-edged geometry inherent in his subjects. The absence of people lends a surreal note to his work that is consistent with Civitello's exploration of the world of subjective reality.

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RoGallery Window by John Civitello (Silkscreen Print)
RoGallery Window by John Civitello (Silkscreen Print) 

Window Silkscreen: *Silkscreen *Signed and numbered in pencil *Limited edition: 25/85 *Year: 1977 Civitello graduated in 1961 from William Pater-son College and received an M.A. degree from New York University. He then spent two years in Italy as a Prix de Rome winner. On his return, Civitello struck by the industrial quality of New York was determined to transform the city's industrial machinery and architectural scenes into symbols of people and their environment. Blending the clarity of Charles Sheeler's Precisionism with spatial and light dislocations more typical of de Chirico, Civitello uses muted, pastel colors to soften the hard-edged geometry inherent in his subjects. The absence of people lends a surreal note to his work that is consistent with Civitello's exploration of the world of subjective reality.

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RoGallery Lady at the Races by Amadeu Casals Pons (Lithograph)
RoGallery Lady at the Races by Amadeu Casals Pons (Lithograph) 

Lady at the Races Lithograph: *Lithograph *Signed in pencil *Limited edition: EA *Year: circa 1975 Amadeu Casals Pons, Spanish Born in Vilassar de Dalt (Barcelona) in 1930. Son of a goldsmith, he was self-trained and first started painting in the late 1950's. His first individual exhibition was held in 1953 in the Sala de Vilassar de Dalt. From Josep Fabregas he learned perspective, and from Ramon Fort the watered-down technique. It was the Catalan painter John Agell who recommended he devote himself to watercolors. He also exhibited his work in the Picture Gallery Tot Art (Andorra), the Fine Arts Circle (Palma de Mallorca), Gifre & Escoda Gallery (Barcelona) and Sala Rusiol of Sant Cugat. He has received numerous prizes such as the second National Watercolor Award in Madrid in 1987, the International Drawing Award Ynglada- Guillotin Barcelona, and the Gold Medal of the Watercolor Painters Association of Catalonia. His works can be found in the Catalan Royal Academy Museum of Fine Arts of Sant jordi, the Museum Les Templiers of de Cotlluire, the Foundation Martinez Lozano (Llanca) and the Municipal Picture Gallery "Llegat Francesc Gali" (Palamos). In 1993 Sala Rusiol dedicated the book "Amadeu Casals" to him, volume II of the collection "Homenatges Rusiol" by Francesc Gali. In 1998 the book "Amadeu Casals. Aquarelles" was published, by Josep M. Cadena

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McGaw Graphics Map of the World, 1812 (chalkboard) by Aaron Arrowsmith (Framed)
McGaw Graphics Map of the World, 1812 (chalkboard) by Aaron Arrowsmith (Framed) 

Map of the World, 1812 (chalkboard) Framed Art Print: *High quality print on fine art paper *Printed with vibrant, color-fast inks *Vinyl and plexi frame on foam core and mat *Stainless steel finish *Ready to hang with wire *Made in the USA Aaron Arrowsmith (1750-1823) was an English cartographer, engraver and publisher and founding member of the Arrowsmith family of geographers. He moved to Soho Square, London from Winston, County Durham when about twenty years of age, and was employed by John Cary, the engraver and William Faden. He became Hydrographer to the Prince of Wales ca. 1810 and subsequently to the King in 1820. In January 1790 he made himself famous by his large chart of the world on Mercator projection. Four years later he published another large map of the world on the globular projection, with a companion volume of explanation. The maps of North America (1796) and Scotland (1807) are the most celebrated of his many later productions. He left two sons, Aaron and Samuel, the elder of whom was the compiler of the Eton Comparative Atlas, of a Biblical atlas, and of various manuals of geography.

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RoGallery Another Door Opens by Michael DeCamp (Photograph)
RoGallery Another Door Opens by Michael DeCamp (Photograph) 

Another Door Opens Photograph: *Photograph *Signed and numbered *Edition of 50 *Year circa 1975 Michael Anderson DeCamp, 85, of 417 S. Broad St, Edenton, NC, died Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in his home. His life was a clear path; no regrets, no guilt, no complications, He was a powerful force that will be missed. Mr. deCamp was born in New York City, NY, and was a son of the late Jesse Albert and Margaret Dodsworth deCamp, In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers, William Dodsworth deCamp and Laurent deCamp. A graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, CT, and later in 1949 from Princeton University, he taught science for 20 years at The Peck School in Morristown, NJ. Mr. deCamp was a prominent art photographer with works in museums and publications throughout the world. A pioneer in underwater shipwreck exploration and identifications on the entire East Coast of the United States, he was the first sport diver to go to the sunken Andrea Doria, off Nantucket, MA. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, Wesley Martin deCamp; a son, John A. "Jock" deCamp and wife Laurie of Nyack, NY; a daughter, Carly deCamp Lober and husband Keith of South Lake Tahoe, CA; and three grandchildren, Daisy Cassidy Diamonti, her husband A.J. and their son, Jack of Novato, CA, George Michael Cassidy of Pacific Grove, CA and Hayden Grace deCamp of Nyack.

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RoGallery Purple Majesty by Michael DeCamp (Photograph)
RoGallery Purple Majesty by Michael DeCamp (Photograph) 

Purple Majesty Photograph: *Photograph *Signed and numbered *Edition of 50 *Year circa 1975 Michael Anderson DeCamp, 85, of 417 S. Broad St, Edenton, NC, died Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in his home. His life was a clear path; no regrets, no guilt, no complications, He was a powerful force that will be missed. Mr. deCamp was born in New York City, NY, and was a son of the late Jesse Albert and Margaret Dodsworth deCamp, In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brothers, William Dodsworth deCamp and Laurent deCamp. A graduate of Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, CT, and later in 1949 from Princeton University, he taught science for 20 years at The Peck School in Morristown, NJ. Mr. deCamp was a prominent art photographer with works in museums and publications throughout the world. A pioneer in underwater shipwreck exploration and identifications on the entire East Coast of the United States, he was the first sport diver to go to the sunken Andrea Doria, off Nantucket, MA. Surviving are his wife of 63 years, Wesley Martin deCamp; a son, John A. "Jock" deCamp and wife Laurie of Nyack, NY; a daughter, Carly deCamp Lober and husband Keith of South Lake Tahoe, CA; and three grandchildren, Daisy Cassidy Diamonti, her husband A.J. and their son, Jack of Novato, CA, George Michael Cassidy of Pacific Grove, CA and Hayden Grace deCamp of Nyack.

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McGaw Graphics Map of the World, 1812 by Aaron Arrowsmith (Framed)
McGaw Graphics Map of the World, 1812 by Aaron Arrowsmith (Framed) 

Map of the World, 1812 Framed Art Print: *High quality print on fine art paper *Printed with vibrant, color-fast inks *Wood and plexi frame on foam core and mat *Ready to hang with wire *Made in the USA Aaron Arrowsmith (1750-1823) was an English cartographer, engraver and publisher and founding member of the Arrowsmith family of geographers. He moved to Soho Square, London from Winston, County Durham when about twenty years of age, and was employed by John Cary, the engraver and William Faden. He became Hydrographer to the Prince of Wales ca. 1810 and subsequently to the King in 1820. In January 1790 he made himself famous by his large chart of the world on Mercator projection. Four years later he published another large map of the world on the globular projection, with a companion volume of explanation. The maps of North America (1796) and Scotland (1807) are the most celebrated of his many later productions. He left two sons, Aaron and Samuel, the elder of whom was the compiler of the Eton Comparative Atlas, of a Biblical atlas, and of various manuals of geography.

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