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Schools Erected by Messrs John Bagnall & Sons at Golds Hill, West Bromwich, in Connexion with their Collieries and Iron Works

Thomas Picken

Schools Erected by Messrs John Bagnall & Sons at Golds Hill, West Bromwich, in Connexion with their Collieries and Iron Works


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Artist / Engraver / LithographerThomas Picken (Active 1838, died 1870)
TitleSchools Erected by Messrs John Bagnall & Sons at Golds Hill, West Bromwich, in Connexion with their Collieries and Iron Works
MediumColour lithograph
AcquisitionPurchased from Frank T Sabin, March 1975
LocationUK, London, Government Art Collection
GAC number11908
 

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Thomas Picken

Landscape lithographer and painter Thomas Picken was the younger brother of draughtsman and lithographer Andrew (1815-1845). The brothers were two of four sons of novelist Andrew Picken (1788-1833) and his wife Janet Coxon (1792-1871). Thomas made lithographs for David Roberts's ‘The Holy Land’ (1842-49), William Payne's ‘The Lake Scenery of England’ (1859), John Parker Lawson's ‘Scotland Delineated’ (1847-54) and other works. He exhibited one painting at the Royal Academy in 1857 and ten at the Society of Artists, Suffolk Street (1846-75). Although generally thought to have emigrated to Australia in 1870, a 2004 entry in the ‘Oxford Dictionary of National Biography’ reports that he was an inmate of the Charterhouse, London, from 1879.