Colourmen, Nathan Drake, trade card
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|Caption||Colourmen, Nathan Drake, trade card. Successor to Robert Keating (1749–63), said to be earliest recorded artists' colourman.|
|Creator||English School (18th century)|
|Credit||Look and Learn / Peter Jackson Collection|
|London Trade Card Trade Cards commerce trades business occupation occupations advertisement advertisements activities advertising promotional businesses shop shops retail shopping retailing merchant merchants Colourmen Nathan Drake trade card artists colours watercolours equipment Art Supplies shells crayons gold silver pencils tools cloths Covent Garden Long Acre White Lion James Street cartouche arts|
|Stock image ref||Sizes available||Views|
|XJ213766||Hi-res: 3,368 x 4,750 pixels
Lo-res: 842 x 1,188 pixels
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