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Frederick William
Burton

Ireland • 1816−1900
Frederick William Burton (English Frederic William Burton; April 8, 1816, Wicklow - March 16, 1900, London) - Irish pre-Raphaelite artist, third director of the National Gallery of London.

The most famous work of the artist - "Helleleel and Hildebrand: meeting at the tower steps" (1864).
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