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From: Alison Causton <>
Subject: [ARMAGH] ADVERT: STEVENTON, FORSTER - Armagh, Co Armagh - Jan 1845
Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2002 10:54:12 -0500


The following general-interest news article has been transcribed from
The Armagh Guardian (7 January 1845; microform), by permission of The
British Library. This reprint is intended SOLELY for the non-commercial
use of family historians, with the sincere hope that a Lister may find
the content useful.

I am not descended from the person(s) mentioned herein.

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MR. STANLEY STEVENTON,
TEACHER OF DRAWING & PAINTING,
(Late of No. 34, Percy-Street, Bedford Square, London, many
years Artist to the Late Duke of York, and patronised by many
families of DISTINCTION, in Ireland and England,)

PURPOSES giving lessons in the various branches of the Fine
Arts, viz. :--Heads, Figures, Landscapes, Flowers, &c.,
either in Chalks, Crayons, Pencil, or Colours ; Painting in Oils
or Miniatures, on Ivory; according to the inclination of the
pupil.
Mr. S.'s experience for many years as a Teacher of Drawing
and Painting, enables him to say with confidence, his system of
Teaching is calculated to qualify the pupil in attaining all the
necessary rudiments, in less time than is generally allowed by
other masters in that delightful accomplishment--by simplifying
the method of Drawing, by strictly attending to the Anatomy of
the human figure; the proportions and other causes of beauty,
character, and expression ; the essentials to be observed in
Portraiture; the selection of subject ; the choice of light; the
adaption of back grounds; together with the vehicles adapted
for every style of Painting. The art of Flower Painting--in
outline; in light and shade, and colour; comprehending single
objects and groups; likewise their pictorial arrangement.
Terms may be known by applying at the Painting Rooms.
LIKENESSES
of every description are taken by Mr. STANLEY STEVENTON,
from the highly finished Portrait in Oil, to the Miniature on
Ivory; the bust in Profile, highly bronzed or coloured. Persons
desirous of having a true representation of themselves or
friends, may depend on the accuracy, as well as the finish of all
Paintings executed by him.
Likenesses copied and coloured at Dr. FORSTER's, Upper
English-street, corner of College-street, Armagh.
January 1, 1845.
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