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Edward Lear, 1812-1888.

Directly scanned from the frontispiece of an 1888 copy of "Nonsense Books by Edward Lear", Boston, Roberts Brothers. Photoshopped by Daniel P. B. Smith. Photoshopped version copyright ©2003 by Daniel P. B. Smith and licensed under the terms of the Wikipedia copyright.

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