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John Barber

 (1798 - 1885)
John Warner Barber was active/lived in Connecticut.  John Barber is known for genre, town-landscape, engraver.

Keywords and Quick Facts for John Barber


Birth / Death:  1798 East Windsor, Connecticut - 1885 New Haven, Connecticut

Methods for John Barber

Graphic Arts, Graphic Design, Printmaking
Illustration, Illustrator

Media for John Barber

Engraving
Ink

Subjects for John Barber

Architecture, Buildings, Houses, Structures, Linearity
Figure, Figurative, Human Figure
Genre, Human Activity
History: Historical Figures, Sites, Events
Landscape

Chronology for John Barber

Early 19th Century Before Civil War
Late 19th Century, After Civil War

Added Description for John Barber

Genre Specialty


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Orphan Asylum Charleston, South Carolina

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Knoxville Hotel, Knoxville, Tennesse

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