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Originally appearing in Volume V25, Page 782 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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JOSEPH STANNARD (1796-1830), British painter, was born in Norwich. He there received some training in art from Robert Ladbrooke, the brother-in-law of Crome, and he also visited Holland and studied the pictures of the Dutch masters. His short life—he died when he was thirty-four—was spent in his native town, and he contributed to the exhibitions of the Norwich Society, of which he was a member, and also occasionally showed his work in London. Most of his pictures represent coast subjects or river scenes, but he had some reputation as a portrait-painter also, and in this branch of practice he achieved locally a fair measure of success. In his large picture, " The Annual Water Frolic at Thorpe," he combined landscape with portraiture. He attained no little skill as an etcher and published several plates which have a considerable degree of merit.
End of Article: JOSEPH STANNARD (1796-1830)
THOMAS STANLEY (1625-1678)
STANNARIES (Lat. stannum, Cornish, stean, tin)

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