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Samuel (and Nathaniel) Buck

Born: 1696, UK, England, Yorkshire, Richmond   Died: 1779, London

Engraver. Worked with his younger brother Nathaniel (c.1700-1754). Samuel was influenced early in life by the Yorkshire antiquaries Ralph Thorsebury and John Warburton. His work was first published at the age of 15 and by 1724 he was living and publishing in London where he was joined by Nathaniel in 1727. Thereafter they undertook annual sketching tours around Britain recording castles, abbeys and city views. These sketches were published as engravings, annually between 1728 and 1738 and sporadically thereafter until Nathaniel's death in 1754. The retrospective 3 volume 'Buck's Antiquities...' was published in 1774. In later life Samuel produced flower drawings and resorted to teaching and subscriptions for an income

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