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Nattes, John Claude (c1765-1839)

Significant dates in the life of John Claude Nattes

1781 advertised at the Royal Academy as teacher of drawing and perspective to the nobility and gentry

1786 first prints published by W Watts in Seats of the Nobility and Gentry

1789 commissioned by Sir Joseph Banks to record the buildings of Lincolnshire (The Nattes Drawings)

1793 Married Sarah Barber (c1756-1845). Two children, Charles Claude and John William

1801 one of his tours is described in Scenery and Manners in Scotland by John Stoddart

1803 Microcosm published

1804 Scotia depicta published

1804 a founder member of the Society of Painters in Water Colours

1805 Practical Geometry published

1807 Expelled from the Old Watercolour Society for exhibiting other peoples’ works as his own

1810 commissioned by marquess of Buckingham to produce drawings of Stowe house. Also produced aquatints of Versailles, Paris and St Denis

1818 both his sons die within six months of each other

1819 began travelling in France and Italy

1822 settled in France

1839 died 7th September

 

so: Dictionary of National Biography

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