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Frank Dadd (1851-1929), English illustrator for The Graphic and The Illustrated London News in the 19th century, and commercial artist. Nephew of fairy painter Richard Dadd who was committed to psychiatric hospital.Click here for images
Jacques-Louis David (1748-1825), French neoclassical painter, artist of the French Revolution and Napoleonic era. He painted portraits, historical and classical subjects, and idealised versions of contemporary events.Click here for images
George Horace Davis (1881-1963), special artist for the Illustrated London News for whom he worked from 1923 until his death. Specialised in diagrammatic drawings and detailed cross-sections.Click here for images
Muriel Dawson (1897-1974), Scottish artist who specialised in beautifully-observed sketches and paintings of children.Click here for images
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