Henry Bone (6 Feb 1755 – 17 Dec.1834) was an English enamel painter who was officially employed in that capacity by three successive monarchs, George III, George IV and William IV. In his early career he worked as a porcelain and jewelry painter. He was elected a Royal Academician and produced the largest enamel paintings ever seen up to that time.
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... Henry Bone was born in Truro, Cornwall ... In 1767 Bone's family moved to Plymouth, Devon, where Henry was apprenticed, in 1771, to William Cookworthy, the founder of the Plymouth porcelain works, and the first manufacturer of Hard-paste ... In 1772 Bone moved, with his master, to the Bristol china works, where he remained for six years, working from 6 a.m ...
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