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Thomas, 1753–1828, English wood engraver.
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How to use Bewick in a sentence
With Haydon and Hazlitt, Bewick was on terms of personal friendship, and of both he presents lengthened and interesting sketches.
Bewick sat as model for the head of Haydon's 'Lazarus,' he being at the time opportunely ill.
He stated that he had paid Thomas Bewick upwards of five hundred pounds for various woodcut blocks.The History of the Catnach Press|Charles Hindley
Till yesterday Bewick's wren had been nothing but a name to me.Spring notes from Tennessee|Bradford Torrey
Thomas Bewick was born in 1753, and fourteen years later he was apprenticed to a metal engraver.Engraving for Illustration|Joseph Kirkbride
British Dictionary definitions for Bewick
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Thomas . 1753–1828, English wood engraver; his best-known works are Chillingham Bull (1789), a large woodcut, Aesop's Fables (1818), and his History of British Birds (1797–1804)
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