Thomas Kirk (ca. 1765 - 1797)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Painter, miniature painter, engraver, in London. Pupil of Richard Cosway; exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1785 to 1796.
Born: ca. 1765
The Dramatic Works Of William Shakspeare Revised By George Steevens. Vol. I. (- IX.) - London: -: 
A Collection Of Prints, From Pictures Painted For The Purpose Of Illustrating The Dramatic Works Of Shakspeare, By The Artists Of Great-Britain. Volume I. (II.) - London,: 
The Works Of The Late Professor Camper, On The Connexion between the Science of Anatomy And The Arts of Drawing, Painting, Statuary, &c., &c. In Two Books. Containing A Treatise On The Natural Difference Of Features In Persons Of Different Countries And Periods Of Life; And On Beauty, As Exhibited In Ancient Sculpture; With A New Method Of Sketching Heads, National Features, And Portraits Of Individuals, With Accuracy, &c. &c. Illustrated With Seventeen Plates, Explanatory of the Professor's leading Principles. Translated From The Dutch By T. Cogan, M. D. - London:: 1794.