Person    | Male  Born 1805  Died 29/8/1876

John Skinner Prout

Categories: Art

Countries: Australia

Artist and lithographer.
Born Plymouth. Elected to the Institute of Painters in Water Colour in 1838 and then, 2 years later, emigrated to Australia where he was extremely successful. Returned to England and died at 4 Leighton Crescent, Kentish Town.

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John Skinner Prout

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