She was a pupil of William Mulready and through him met John Linnell, who influenced her work. She first exhibited in 1807 at the Royal Academy and continued to show there until 1859. She also exhibited at the Water Colour Society, of which she was elected a member in 1813, the British Institution, and the Suffolk Street Gallery. She was said to be an expert etcher and lithographer who drew on stone for lithographer (Charles Joseph) Hullmandel. He apprenticed to Henry Raines Shuttleworth of the Spectacle-makers Company in 1771, becoming free of the Company in 1779.Following his apprenticeship he worked at Shuttleworths address at 23 Ludgate Street, then established himself at 27 Ludgate Street around 1790. See his trade card in the image gallery. The item "Fine Silver-Mounted Shagreen Drafting Set By Bleuler, London" is in sale since Saturday, April 4, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Science & Medicine (Pre-1930)\Scientific Instruments\Other Antique Science Equip". The seller is "instrumentumantiques" and is located in Los Angeles, California.
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