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Who is Alfred Concanen?
Alfred Concanen was, for over twenty-five years, one of the leading lithographers of the Victorian era, best remembered for his illustrated sheet music covers for songs made popular by famous music hall performers of the time. These covers usually featured portraits of the performers or humorous scenes from their songs.
- born in (180 years ago)
- parent of Violet Eileen Concanen
- died on (128 years ago)
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An 1869 advertising card for Cox and Box by the lithographer Alfred Concanen. The Royal Gallery of Illustration was a Victor Hugo's novel Notre-Dame de Paris ( also known as The. Source: Theatre and Performance Collection, Victoria and ...
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