His early career was spent as a London cabinet-maker specializing in painted furniture, often with floral decorations. Brookshaw also published supplementary drawing manuals on fruit, flowers, and birds. His books included A New Treatise on Flower Painting, or, Every Lady Her Own Drawing Master in 1818.
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