Alfred Robert Freebairn (Biographical details)

Alfred Robert Freebairn (publisher/printer; printmaker; British; Male; 1794 - 1846)

Also known as

Freebairn, Alfred Robert


23 Mornington Place, Hampstead Road (1844) 25 Mornington Place, Hampstead Road (1846)


Printmaker. Born and lived in London. Made engravings of landscapes for travel-guides.
Also engaged in making anaglyptographs using Bate's patent process, which is described in Mitchell's 'Three Expeditions into the interior of Eastern Australia' (London 1839) as 'an important invention recently perfected in this country by Mr. Bates and likely to be of very considerable value in the representation of the earth's surface under the skilful management of Mr. Freebairn'.
A separate portfolio of his engravings is not yet entered on the database (kept at Blythe House).