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   Sowerby
   James
   J. S. ;
   1: Anne Brettingham De Carle (1764-1815) ; 2: Mary Catherine Reynolds (1769-1819 after), daughter of Admiral Reynolds (1713-1788) in 1819
   9: James De Carle (1787-1871) ; George Brettingham (1788-1854) ; Charles Edward (1795-1842); Felicia Elizabeth Ann Bryant (1809-1861) ; ...
   1757 in Lambeth, London
   1822
   Lambeth, London or Paris
   lapidary and engraver John Sowerby (1711 / 1718-1766)
   Arabella Goodreed (1725-1782) (mother) ; explorer naturalist Arthur de Carle Sowerby (1885-1954) (great-great-grandson) ; ...
   Royal Academy of Art (...) ; apprentice to artist and marine painter 1771 Richard Wright (1735-1775), then by William Hodges (1744-1797)
   United Kingdom & France
   John Lindley (1799-1865): Digitalium (1821) ; Philip Rashleigh (1729-1811) ; William Curtis (1746-1799): English Botany & Flora (London 1777) & Botanical Magazine (London 1787 ff.) ; Charles Louis L'Héritier de Brutelle (1746-1800) ; George Shaw (1751-1813) & James Edward Smith (1759-1828): Zoology of New Holland (1794) ; William Withering (1741-1799) ; William Aiton (1731-1793) ; William Woodville (1752-1805) ; William Elford Leach (1790-1836): Malacostraca Pod Brit (1815-75 ; John Lightfoot (1735-1788): Flora Scotica (1777) ; Bauer: Strelitzia (1818) ; Lambert: Pinus 1803-24; John Sibthorp (1758-1796) & J. E. Smith: Flora Graeca (1806-40) ; J. S.: Brit & Exotic Mineralogy 1804-17/11-20, conch. 1842, Coloured figures of English fungi or mushrooms (3 volume, London: J. Davis, 1797-1803) ; James Dickson (1738-1822): Fasciculus Plant Cryptogamarum ; J. S. Miller: Illus Sys Sex Linaei (1777) ; botanist John Fraser (1750-1811) ; Richard Relhan (1754-1823) ; A. Driver (17xx-18xx) & W. (17xx-18xx) Driver ; Richard Anthony Salisbury (1761-1829) ; Robert John Thornton (1768-1837) ; J. S. Turner & Dawson Turner (1775-1858) ; Bernard Alexander Christian Quaritch (1819-1899) ; William Wood ; Rev. Patrick Keith (1769-1840) ; William Smith (1769-1839): Strata identified by organized fossils (London 1816) ; Thomas Purton (1768-1833): A botanical description of British plants in the midland counties, particularly of those in the neighbourhood of Aleester (Stratford-upon-Avon 1817-21) ; George Graves (1784-1839) ; The British Miscellany (London 1804-06) ; The Mineral conchology of Great Britain (London 1812-29/-46, continued by James De Carle (1787-1871)) ; Introduction to Drawing Flowers According to Nature (1788, 2nd: 1807) ; Flora Luxuirans; or, The Florist's Delight (1789-91) ; J. S. & J. E. Smith: English Botany (36 volumes, 1790-1814) & Exotic Botanic (1804-05 (-1818)) ; Account of the difference of structure in the flowers of six species of Passiflora (1794) ; Coloured figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms (1795/1796-1803 and 1809-1815, supplement numbers) ; British Mineralogy (1804-17) ; Descriptions of Models to explain crystallography (1805-08) ; A new elucdation of colours (1809) ; A short Catalouge of British minerals (1811); Exotic Mineralogy (1811-17) ; Account of a remarkable Stone (1811) ; General Indexes to the thirty-six volumes of English Botany (1814) ; A list of rocks and stata arranged in the order they generally occur (1819) ; The Genera of Recent and Fossil Shells (1821-22 (1934), continued by James De Carle (1787-1871) & George Brettingham (1788-1854) ; Charles Abbot (17xx-18xx) ; George Montagu (1753-1815) ; William Kirby (1759-1850) ; Aylmer Bourke Lambert (1761-1842 ) ; John Mawe (1764-1829) ; John Vaughan Thompson (1779-1847) ; Frederick Kendall (17xx-18xx) ; John Coakley Lettsom (1744-1815) ; Henry Harrison of Wearde in Cornwall ; Mary Bright Marchioness of Rockingham (1735-1804) ;
   Joseph Banks (1743-1820); Charles Francis Greville (1749-1809); Botanical Magazine; John Lightfoot (1735-1788); John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute (1713-92
   -> William Kilburn ; Sydenham Edwards ; -> Redouté ; -> Moses Griffith ; ->John Sowerby ; ->Franz Bauer ; -> Ferdinand Bauer ; ->A. B. Lambert ; engraver Sansom ; ->D. Mackenzie ; artist James Bolton ; colorist Mr. Creswel ; Reverend Hugh Davies, rector of Aber in Caernarvorshire, Wales ; Mr. Cutler from Sheffield ; Thomas Pennant ; colourist John Adams with his assistents ;
   botanical, mineralogical, ornithological, natural, malacological, fossil, paleontological, and zoological drawing, engraving, painting, watercolour
   www.museumwales.ac.uk/en/824/ imgbase-scd-ulp.u-strasbg.fr/displayimage.php?album=583&pos=0 minrec.org/artwork.asp?cat=1&artistid=42 ;
   Natural History Museum South Kensington Sowerby collection ; wellcome library ; obit: Gentleman's Mag 92(2) Dec 1822:568 ;
   Nissen: Botan. Buchillustration 1966 # 439; Zoolog. Buchillustration 1969/78 ## 3836, 3838, 3884 & 3916-21 ; ThB 31 1937: 314 ; Lapage 1961: 43 & plate 2 ; Walpole 1969: 6, 8 & 28 ; Collins; Sawyer 1971: 187 ; Simpkins: J. Soc Bib. Nat. Hist. 6, 1974: 402-15 ; Blunt & Raphael 1979: 183f. ; Dance 1989: 113 ; Saunders 1995: 128-32 ; Eden 2008 ; Cleevely 1974: 484-92 ; Lack 1987: 104f. ; W. E. Wilson, in: Mineralogical Record 25 (1994): 76-81 & 87 ; Henderson 2015 ;
   Further Children: Charlotte Anne (1802-1866) ; Markham Valentine Sowerby (1791-1802) ; Felicia Arabella Sowerby (1799-1898) ; Anne Sowerby (1797 c. - died young) ; N. N. ;

Further Relatives: https://www.geni.com/people/James-Sowerby/5234873005290081915 .

Further Patronage: Margaret Cavendish Bentinck, Duchess of Portland (1715-1785) ; Mary Bright, Marchioness of Rockingham (1735-1804) ; the late Earl of Lewisham.

Further techniques: entomological engraving & hand colouring, together with up to 30 other hand-colourers. Sowerby's teacher at the Royal Academy of Art, London, were Edward Penny (1714-1791) (painting), Samule Wale (1721?-1786) (Perspective), William Hunter (1718-1783) ) (anatomy), and Frederick Settle Barff (1822-1886) (chemistry); mycological drawing and engraving.

See also: http://fmhibd.library.cmu.edu/HIBD-DB/ArtCat/recordlist.php?-skip=14275&-max=425 and http://plantillustrations.org/artist.php?id_artist=12&mobile=0 .
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