John Burnet (1784 - 1868)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Painter, engraver of figures and landscapes, and writer on art. Studied in Edinburgh; from 1806 worked in London. Brother of landscape-artist James M. Burnet (1788-1816).
Practical Essays On Various Branches Of The Fine Arts. To Which Is Added, A Critical Inquiry Into The Principles And Practice Of The Late Sir David Wilkie. By John Burnet, F.R.S. Author Of "Practical Hints On Painting." - London:: 
Henry Fuseli RA
Lectures on painting, delivered at The Royal Academy, by Henry Fuseli, P.P. ; with additional observations and notes - London: 1820
The Royal Gallery of Pictures, Being A Selection Of The Cabinet Paintings In Her Majesty's Private Collection At Buckingham Palace. Published Under The Superintendence Of John Linnell, Esq. - - London:: 
Sir Joshua Reynolds PRA
The Discourses Of Sir Joshua Reynolds; Illustrated By Explanatory Notes & Plates By John Burnet, F.R.S. - London.: 1842.
J. C. Schetky, Buckland House [to John Burnet, No 2, Whiteheads Grove, Chelsea]
04 Feb 1833
John Burnet, No. 1 Clover Hill, Ramsgate, to Mr Harrison, at Boydell & Co's.
25-27 Jul 1852
John Burnet, 34 Upper Park St., Greenwich, to Benjamin R. Green, Fitzroy Square
09 Nov 1855
David Wilkie, Manor Terrace, to Mr. Burnet
1 Aug 1811