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Henry Wyatt (1794 - 1840)
Henry Wyatt (1794-1840)
Wyatt was an English portrait, subject and genre painter born at Thickbroom, near Lichfield, Staffordshire. On the death of his father, when he was only three years old, he went to live at Birmingham with his guardian, Francis Eginton, the well-known glass-painter, who, finding he had an aptitude for art, sent him to London in 1811, and in the following year he was admitted to the school of the Royal Academy.In 1815 he entered the studio of Sir Thomas Lawrence as a pupil and by 1817 he established himself as a portrait-painter, practising first at Birmingham and successively at Liverpool, and Mancheste.
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