A Gentleman believed to be Daniel Defoe (1661-1731)
A Gentleman believed to be Daniel Defoe (1661-1731)
A Gentleman believed to be Daniel Defoe (1661-1731)

In the manner of GEORGE WHITE (c.1684-1732)

A Gentleman believed to be Daniel Defoe (1661-1731)

c. 1720 United Kingdom

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Defoe, the son of James Foe, was a distinguished journalist and novelist. His works included, Essay Upon Profects, 1698, The Review ( a wekkly report begun during imprisonment) , 1703-04 and Robinson Crusoe, 1719
George White (c. 1684-1732) was taught by his father Robert
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English Private collection
Dimensions
Height 4.25 inch (10.79 cm)
Stock Code
4228
Medium
plumbago
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