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Collyer, Joseph, 1748-1827

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Personal name headingCollyer, Joseph, 1748-1827
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Variant(s)Collier, Joseph, 1748-1827
Collyer, Joseph, the younger
Collyer, J. (Joseph), 1748-1827
Collyer, Jos. (Joseph), 1748-1827
Collier, 1748-1827
Address8 Constitution Row, Gray's Inn Road London England
Birth date17480914
Death date18271224
Place of deathLondon, England
Field of activityEngraving Illustration of books
AffiliationSociety of Artists of Great Britain
Society of Arts (Great Britain)
Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)
Stationers' Company (London, England)
Profession or occupationEngravers Illustrators
Found inBeaumont, F. Rule a wife and have a wife, 1776: frontis. (Collier sc.)
DNB (Collyer, Joseph, 1748-1827, the younger, engraver; son of Joseph Collyer (d. 1776) and Mary Collyer (d. 1763))
Oxford DNB, May 17, 2013 (in article Boydell, John, engraver: Collyer, Joseph, 1748-1827, the younger, born 14 September 1748, engraver, book illustrator; son of the writers Joseph Collyer (1714/15-1776) and Mary Collyer (1716/17-1762); exhibited engravings at the Society of Artists exhibitions of 1770, 1778, and 1780 and at the Free Society of Artists in 1779; associate of the Royal Academy in 1786 and exhibited there in 1789,1791-1792 and intermittently from 1797 to 1822, giving his address as 8 Constitution Row, Gray's Inn Road; appointed portrait engraver to Queen Charlotte; member of the Stationers' Company, becoming master in 1815; died at his home on Constitution Row on 24 December 1827)
Newton, J. An authentic narrative, 1786: frontispiece (Jos. Collyer; engraver)
The age of Louis XIV, 1779-1781: plates (some signed: J. Collyer sculp.)