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Thornhill

/ (ˈθɔːnˌhɪl) /
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noun
Sir James. 1675–1734, English baroque painter. He is best known for decorating the Painted Hall, Greenwich Hospital (1708–27) and the interior of the dome of St Paul's Cathedral (1715–17)
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