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Blinks, Thomas, England 1860 to 1912 Oil Paintings
Thomas Blinks was a Victorian painter in London whose strength was hunting paintings, particularly with canines and horses. He showed his works of art routinely at the Royal Academy from 1883 to 1910 and did chasing artworks dispatched by King George V. Flickers expressed that he learned pony life structures by watching horse races at Tattersalls. His folks debilitated his canvas ability, and he invested some energy apprenticed to a tailor.
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