(1794 - 1870)
Edward Goodall was active/lived in England. Edward Goodall is known for steel engraving of paintings.
Biography Edward Goodall
Edward Goodall was born near Leeds, Yorkshire. He was raised by a Quaker uncle and it is said that he had an unhappy childhood. He went to London in his early teens and began as an apprentice to a printer and learned the art of steel line engraving. He became one of England's top steel line engravers and following a visit to the home of the famous artist J.M.W. Turner in Queen Anne Street, Goodall was told he could engrave as many of the artist's pictures as he wanted.
Goodall's fee for an engraving was around 700 guineas for a large plate that would take up to two years and in latter years, Goodall was one of only two engravers exclusively used by Turner.
Goodall married in 18
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