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Sarah Green was a British aquatint etcher probably the daughter of, or closely related to engraver Benjamin Green  (1736-1798). These two no doubt rare examples (copies are kept in the British Museum) are proof of her skills and copying work of French and Italian artists. Her works were published by and  together with her father’s . Although she is hardly researched some clues were found in French artist lexicon “Bénezit”. In some occasions her topics are placed in Wales …… but actually depict French and Italian landscapes.  Below are two examples of the original work by French artist Nicolas Perignon.  

See:  the short biography (pop-up mouse-clicking her name-title).  

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