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Engraver; landscape-painter in water-colour. Active in Britain (but after 1832 travelled much in France and Italy). Son of William Byrne; brother of Letitia and Elizabeth Byrne.
Works of Art: 0
Sicilian Scenery from Drawings by P. De Wint The Original Sketches by Major Light.
- London. 1823.
Engravings Of The Most Noble The Marquis Of Stafford's Collection Of Pictures, In London, Arranged According To Schools, And In Chronological Order, With Remarks On Each Picture. By William Young Ottley, Esq. F.S.A. The Executive Part Under The Management Of Peltro William Tomkins, Esq. Historical Engraver To Her Majesty. - Vol. I. (- IV.) -
- London: 1818.
Britannia Depicta; A Series Of Views (With brief Descriptions) Of The Most Interesting And Picturesque Objects In Great Britain, Engraved From Drawings By Messrs. Farington, Turner, Hearne, Smith, Alexander, &c. - The Counties Alphabetically Arranged - Part II. Containing Nine Views in Cambridgeshire. -
- London: 1808.
Murphy, James Cavanah
The Arabian Antiquities Of Spain. By James Cavanah Murphy. - London:, London. June 1st. 1815.
John Byrne, 54 Upper John [Street], Tottenham Court Road [to the secretary of the Royal Academy]
06 Apr 1830