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Miller, John, 1715-1790?

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Personal name headingMiller, John, 1715-1790?
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Variant(s)Müller, Johann Sebastian, 1715-1790?
Müller, I. S., 1715-1790?
Müller, J. S., 1715-1790?
Miller, J. S., 1715-1790?
LocatedLondon (England)
Birth date1715
Death date1790?
Place of birthNuremberg (Germany)
Field of activityEngraving Illustration of books
Profession or occupationEngravers Illustrators
Found innuc86-26182: His An illustration of the sexual system ... [MI] 1779 (hdg. on Readex rept.: Müller, Johann Sebastian, 1715-1790?; usage: John Miller)
Paradise lost, 1770: v. 2, plate 1 (I.S. Müller)
Wikisource, search June 19, 2018 (Miller, John (1715?-1790?); John Miller, otherwise Johann Sebastian Müller, draughtsman and engraver, was born at Nuremberg about 1715. In 1744 he came to England with his brother Tobias, an engraver of architecture, and he passed the remainder of his life in this country, chiefly practising as an engraver. He signed his early works J.S. Müller or J.S. Miller, but after 1760 used the signature of John Miller. In 1759 and 1760 he was living in Maiden Lane, Covent Garden; in 1777 in Dorset Court, near Parliament Street; and in 1789 at 10 Vauxhall Walk, Lambeth.)