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Name Willmore, James Tibbits
Dates & places of birth and death Born, September 1800; Bristnal's End, England
Died, March 12, 1863
Nationality British
Notes At the age of fourteen Willmore was apprenticed to the Birmingham engraver William Radclyffe. In 1823 he went to London where he worked for Charles Heath for three years. He was later worked on the plates of William Brockedon's Passes of the Alps and Turner's England and Wales.
Places of residence London, England
Role Engraver

Associated Records

Image of Scene Among the Highlands On Lake George. - Print

Scene Among the Highlands On Lake George. - Print

Engraving, color: depicts a lake dotted with small islands. A red rowboat with one man to the right. Large mountains on both sides of the water.

Image of Trenton Falls, View Down the Ravine. - Print

Trenton Falls, View Down the Ravine. - Print

Engraving, color: Depicts falls on the left with large rock formations jutting through the water. Forested land behind the falls, near a large rock cliff. Water falls into a ravine with a stream. Trees on the right shore near three people walking down the hill, a man, woman and child.

Image of Scene Among the Highlands On Lake George. - Print

Scene Among the Highlands On Lake George. - Print

Engraving, color: View of a lake dotted with small, rocky islands. A man in a red row boat to the right. Mountains in the background on both sides of the water. Image found in American Scenery, V. 2 (1840)

Image of View On the Erie Canal Near Little Falls. - Print

View On the Erie Canal Near Little Falls. - Print

Steel Engraving, black and white: depicts a canal boat in a ravine. A man on horse back riding at the edge of the water. Large rock cliffs on the right, tall, forested mountain on the left. The moon can be seen just above the trees. Image found in Willis', "American Scenery" (1840)