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James Basire

Born: 1730, UK, England, London   Died: 1802, London

Printmaker. Son of the engraver Isaac Basire (1704-1768). James ran a workshop in Great Queen Street, London, which specialised in engraving architectural views. Between 1772 and 1779 he took on the young William Blake as an apprentice whom resided with the Basire family. As engraver to the Society of Antiquities, James undertook the mammoth task of interpreting the Hampton Court tudor painting 'The Field of the Cloth of Gold' which records the celebratory meeting between Henry VIII and Francis I of France in 1520. The resulting engraving was just over 4ft by 2ft, took two years to complete and required a new large size of paper, called Antiquarian, to be ordered from James Whatman. Basire also engraved portraits of Captain Cook (after Hodges) and Lord Camden (after Reynolds) and had plates published in James Stuart's 'The Antiquities of Athens'

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