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Frederick William Hulme (22 October 1816 – 14 November 1884) was an English landscape painter and illustrator. Hulme was born in Swinton in Yorkshire, the son of Jesse Hulme and Elizabeth Trewolla. His mother was a porcelain painter and it was from her that he received his first lessons. He first exhibited in 1841 in Birmingham. Hulme is known for his landscape paintings of Surrey and Wales. Hulme died in Kensington, London in 1884.
Lithotint by Frederick William Hulme (1816-1884), depicting a lady welcoming two women to her house while a man with a seath and a wheelborrow is cutting grass.
Published in London November 1, 1845 by Chapman & Hall. Artist proof. Originally produced for "The Baronial Halls, and Picturesque Edifices of England", London 1848, author; Samuel Carter Hall.