Archer James Oliver
Archer James Oliver (1774 - 16 March 1842) was a British painter, principally active in portraiture. He studied at the Royal Academy from 13 August 1790, and was elected an Associate of it on 2 November 1807. His portraits were often engraved, and their subjects included the banker George Children; the politician Sir Berkeley Guise, 2nd Baronet; Charles Morris, the songwriter; Robert Morris; the minister Vicesimus Knox; and the solicitor Robert Blake.
- Lee, Sidney, ed. (1895). "Oliver, Archer James". Dictionary of National Biography 42. London: Smith, Elder & Co.
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