William Ward, A.R.A.

Preferred Media: Printmaking , reproductive engraving and mezzotint
Born: 1766 in London, England, United Kingdom
Died: 21 December 1826
Nationality: British
Category of Membership: Associate Engraver
Elected Associate Engraver: 10 Feb 1814
Biography
Brother of James Ward R.A.
 
Works of Art: 2
Books: 1
Archives: 3
Works associated with

Boys Fishing   
Boys Fishing
April 1820
William Collins
  

Cromer   
Cromer
1819?
William Collins
  

Collins, William   Memoirs Of A Painter: Being A Genuine Biographical Sketch Of That Celebrated Original And Eccentric Genius, The Late Mr. George Morland. Drawn from the tolerably authentic source of more than twenty years' intimate acquaintance with him, his family, and connections. To Which Is Added, A Copious Appendix, Embracing every interesting subject relative to our justly admired English Painter, and his most valuable works. By William Collins, Author of the Slave Trade, a Poem; an Ode to Sir Jeffery Dunstan, an Heroic Effusion; with several detached Pieces in Prose and Verse; several of which have appeared in most of the public Papers, under various signatures, since the Year 1788, to the present Period. - London: 1805.   
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AND/16/134    [copy] William Ward, to Messrs. Moltens    6 Mar 1816    Item   
JU/2/89    [Henry Morland], to George [Morland]    c. 1790    Item   
LAW/9/58    T. Lawrence, Fairfield, to Lady Brownrigg, Helstone House, Monmouth    16 Jun 1829    Item