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Japanese, 18th century, male.

Activec.1780.

Born in Osaka; died c. 1802.

Illustrator.

Nichosai was a businessman and antique dealer. He was also an author and illustrator and is known for a collection of theatrical caricatures he published in 1780.

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Molly Dorkin and James Miller

Auction house founded in London by Samuel Baker (1713–78), a bookseller. His first recorded auction sale was of the library of Sir John Stanley on 11 March 1744 in the Great Room, over Exeter Exchange, in the Strand, London. While primarily selling books, from the start he included the fine arts. The business prospered, and Baker moved the firm to York Street, Covent Garden. His first sale there, in ...

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German, 18th – 19th century, male.

Illuminator.

The father of Joseph Steingrübel, Johann Steingrübel was an illuminator and also an art dealer in Munich.