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The Havell family of Reading, Berkshire, England, included a number of notable engravers, etchers and painters, as well as writers, publishers, educators, and musicians. In particular, members of this family were among the foremost practitioners of aquatint; and had a long association with Indian art and culture. The family first came to notice through the brothers Luke Havell (drawing master, 1752?–1810) and Robert Havell the Elder (engraver and publisher, 1769–1832); along with their nephew Daniel Havell (engraver, 1786–1822).

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by Dale, R. (Robert), 1810-1856
London (77 Oxford Street) : Pubd. as the Act directs by Robt. Havell, 1834 Oct
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by Dale, R. (Robert), 1810-1856
London (77 Oxford Street) : Pubd. as the Act directs by Robt. Havell, 1834 Oct
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by Dale, R. (Robert), 1810-18 56
London (77 Oxford Street) : Pubd. as the Act directs by Robt. Havell, 1834 Oct
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