Edward DUNCAN

1803—1882

After beginning his career as a copyist and engraver in the Havell studios, London, he set up his own engraving business working mainly on sporting and shipping subjects. Wood notes that most of his later marine works (paintings) were coastal and port subjects, as his knowledge of the sea was not great enough to paint marine subjects. He also painted landscapes and animals.

His titles include a hand-coloured restrike etching of Falmouth.