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Bewick

Thomas. 1753--1828, English wood engraver; his best-known works are Chillingham Bull (1789), a large woodcut, Aesop's Fables (1818), and his History of British Birds (1797--1804)
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Peter Quinn, chairman of the Newcastle-based Bewick Trust, said: "The rediscovery of the sketch book was a historic event and fills a gap in our knowledge of Thomas Bewick, at a time when he was gaining confidence as an artist."
Pictures from the sketch book of Thomas Bewick, found in San Francisco by Anthony Smithson of the Keel Row bookshop
The 1,762 Whooper swans, smashing a previous record of 1,530 from Iceland, and the 105 Siberian Bewicks, have congregated in one area, but wardens are keeping a close watch on pumps supplying water to the mere in case they stop and freeze up.
Thomas Bewick, grew up on a small family farm in the Tyne Valley at Cherryburn, near Mickley, where he immersed himself in nature.
He visited Bewick, then aged 74, at his Tyneside workshop while on a trip to England in 1827.
"I have always been fascinated by Thomas Bewick and his work, and by people who like him have an in-depth knowledge of, and a passion for, nature," says Marcus.
Bewick allegedly tweeted: "Bradford needs ethnic cleansing."
Mr Bewick revealed the plans as he gave his full support to the North Wales Growth Bid, a series of programmes designed to secure more than PS1.3bn investment into the area.
The conservation organisation is continuing to work with partners throughout the Bewick's swans' migratory range to research all the possible reasons for the declines, including illegal hunting, poisoning, collisions and habitat loss.
Bewick, who was 17 years old at the time, was stabbed five times in the chest, thigh and arm causing a lung to collapse.
After contacting Bewick Mobility, I visited their showroom in Stockton for a free assessment and test drives.