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James C. Allen
19th c. Printmaker
English, (c. 1800–c. 1850)
James C. Allen was born in London, at the commencement of the 19th century. He was a student of William Cooke, and collaborated with Cooke in 1821 on the publication of 15 engravings representing the views of the Interior of the Colliseum in Rome. Allen is known for the engraving, "Defeat of the Spanish Armada", after Loutherbourg, printed in 1831. He also illustrated a large number of books.

Bénézit, v.1, 124.


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