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English: William Marlow (born London, 1740, died Twickenham, January 1813), painter and engraver, a pupil of Samuel Scott, specialized in souvenirs of the Grand Tour, country houses, seascapes and river scenes. He exhibited at the Incorporated Society of Artists from 1767, was a Fellow of the Society from 1771 and Vice-President 1778.
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