William Carey

Born: 1759
Died: 1839
Art critic; dealer; encourager of British artists. Based in London, he travelled in Britain and the United States (1837-8). Brother of classical scholar John Carey (1756-1826) and publisher and author Mathew Carey (1760-1839).
Works of Art: 0
Books: 2
Archives: 1
Carey, William   Desultory Exposition Of An Anti-British System Of Incendiary Publication, &c. Intended To Sacrifice The Honor And Interests Of The British Institution, The Royal Academy, And the whole Body of the British Artists And Their Patrons, To The Passions, Quackeries, and Falsehoods Of Certain Disappointed Candidates For Prizes at the British Gallery and Admission as Associates into the Royal Academy. - Respectfully addressed to the British Institution, The Artists, and Amateurs of the United Kingdom, By William Carey. - - London: 1819.   
Carey, William   A Descriptive Catalogue Of A Collection Of Paintings By British Artists, In The Possession Of Sir John Fleming Leicester, Bart. By William Carey, Esq.; With Occasional Remarks, &c.By Sir Richard Colt Hoare, Bart. [Epigraph] - London: 1819.   
LAW/5/99    Wm. Carey, 37 Marylebone Street, Piccadilly, to Sir Thomas Lawrence, President of the Royal Academy    6 Jan 1827    Item