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Flaxman

[ flaks-muhn ]
/ ˈflæks mən /
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noun
John, 1755–1826, English sculptor and draftsman.
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Flaxman
/ (ˈflæksmən) /

noun
John . 1755–1826, English neoclassical sculptor and draughtsman, noted particularly for his monuments and his engraved illustrations for the Iliad, the Odyssey, and works by Dante and Aeschylus
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