Author:Samuel Palmer

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Samuel Palmer
(1805–1881)
English landscape painter, etcher and printmaker. He was also a prolific writer. Palmer was a key figure in English Romanticism and produced visionary pastoral paintings.

Works[edit]

  • Francis Oliver Finch, In Memoriam, note in Gilchrist's Life of William Blake
  • An address to the Electors of West Kent, Pamphlet 1832
  • The 1861 Lives Balance Sheet Epitaph on death of his son Thomas More Palmer
  • On going to Shoreham,Kent to design from Ruth, a prayer (1826)
  • With pipe and rural chaunt along, a poem, Samuel Palmer's Sketchbook 1824,British Museum Facsimile Published by William Blake Trust (1862)

Works about Palmer[edit]


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