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Thomas Lyde Hornbrook (May 6, 1807 – August 17, 1855) was a British marine artist. He was the eldest son of Richards Lyde Hornbrook, who was an officer in the Royal Marines stationed in Plymouth. He exhibited in the Royal Academy (1836 and 1844) and around 1833 became marine painter to the Duchess of Kent and her daughter Victoria.
- "The Gentleman's Magazine, 1855". Google Books. 1855. Retrieved 25 January 2021.
- Thomas Lyde Hornbrook page (including 8 of his paintings) at artuk.org (replaces bbc ref)
- Article "Fascinating pictures reveal what Plymouth was like in 1815" at plymouthherald.co.uk
- for the Adam Room (Sep '06) including Hornbrook's A Frigate and other vessels in Barn Pool, off Plymouth at lloyds.com
- British and American Gunboats in Action on Lake Borgne, 14 December 1814 among 7 paintings by Thomas Lyde Hornbrook at collections.rmg.co.uk