John Gibson (cartographer)
Recognized as an important late eighteenth-century British cartographer, a contemporary of Jacques-Nicolas Bellin and skilled engraver, spent most of his life in prison because of several debts, however, produced thousands of maps and its best-known work in 1758 was called the pocket atlas Atlas Minimus. He worked also for the Gentleman's Magazine for which engraved different decorative maps. He also published his own work in The Universal Magazine, The Universal Museum and The Universal Traveller.
- Gographicus, John Gibson
- National library of Australia, Atlas minimus
- A Correct Map of the Island of Jamaica by John Gibson
- The Gentleman's magazine, Volume 165
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