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Open daily Friday Lates until Help us make history Become a Member. Normal view. Search About us Business and Hire Research. Philip Thicknesse. Sitter back to top Philip Thicknesse , Writer and eccentric. Sitter in 5 portraits.
Artists back to top James Gillray , Caricaturist. Artist associated with portraits, Sitter in 7 portraits. He was buried in the protestant cemetery at Boulogne, where a monument was erected to his memory by his widow Ipswich Journal , 30 March Thicknesse is described by John Nichols Lit. He was perpetually imagining insult, and would sniff an injury from afar. He married thrice: first, in , Maria, only daughter of John Lanove of Southampton, a French refugee; she died early in ; and on 10 Nov.
She died on 28 March , leaving three sons and three daughters. The eldest son succeeded to the barony of Audley. She is separately noticed. As an author Thicknesse was voluminous and often interesting, especially in his notices of his experiences in Georgia and Jamaica, and on the continent of Europe. These were followed by: 1. Nichols , Illustr. The third volume contains a portrait. His old enemy Dr. Adair see No. Wright and Grego , James Gillray , pp.