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Watercolour painter, and architectural draughtsman. First exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1804 (aged sixteen); worked for John Britton on antiquarian publications (1807-21). From 1813 exhibited with the Society of Painters in Watercolours; of which he became an associate in 1822, a member in 1823 and treasurer from 1831 to 1854. Most of his output, signed ‘F. Mackenzie’, was done for publication.
Born: ca. 1787
The Architectural Antiquities Of The Collegiate Chapel of St. Stephen, Westminster, The Late House Of Commons: Drawn From Actual Survey And Admeasurements Made By Direction Of The Commissioners Of Her Majesty's Woods And Works, &c. Accompanied By Observations On The Original And Perfect State Of The Building, And A Description Of The Plates. By Frederick Mackenzie. - London:: 
Illustrations Of Windsor Castle, By The Late Sir Jeffry Wyatville, R.A. Volume I. (II.) Edited By Henry Ashton, Architect. - London:: 
The History And Antiquities Of The Cathedral Church Of Salisbury; Illustrated With A Series Of Engravings, Of Views, Elevations, Plans, And Details Of That Edifice: Also Etchings of the Ancient Monuments and Sculpture: Including Biographical Anecdotes Of The Bishops, And Of Other Eminent Persons Connected With The Church. By John Britton, F.S.A. - London: 1814
The History And Antiquities Of The See And Cathedral Church Of Lichfield; Illustrated By A Series Of Engravings, Of Views Elevations, Plans, And Details Of The Architecture Of The Church: With Biographical Anecdotes Of The Bishops Of Lichfield And Coventry. By John Britton, F.S.A. - London: 1820