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Etching&Etchers

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HAMERTON, PHILIP GILBERT

   English critic, particularly of art; edited the Portfolio, an art magazine; author of a story of life in France entitled "Marmorne," and of a volume of essays entitled "The Intellectual Life" (1834-1894).

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