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|John Flaxman (1755–1826)|
|Date of birth/death||7 December 1826|
|Location of birth/death||York||London|
English: John Flaxman (July 6, 1755 - December 7, 1826) was an English sculptor and draftsman. What gained his general fame was not his work in sculpture proper, but those outline designs for the illustrations of epics such as Iliad and Odyssey.
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- ► 7 Greenwell Street, London (5 F)
- ► Google Art Project works by John Flaxman (20 F)
- ► Odysseus by John Flaxman (1 P, 27 F)
- ► Portraits by John Flaxman (1 C, 10 F)
- ► Stories from the Greek Tragedians (1879) (10 F)
- ► Wedgwood designs by John Flaxman (2 C, 24 F)
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