Prev. 100Thomas Keightley1 Thomas Ken2 Thomas Kerchever Arnold1 Thomas Kingo5 Thomas Kyd1 Thomas Lawrence1Thomas Lodge1 Thomas Love Peacock1 Thomas Lovell Beddoes1 Thomas Malory1 Thomas Mayhew1 Thomas Middleton1 Thomas Miller1 Thomas Miller (poet)1 Thomas Moore2 Thomas More2 Thomas Morell1 Thomas Morton1 Thomas Moss1 Thomas Mozley1 Thomas Nabbes1 Thomas Nash1 Thomas Nicholas1 Thomas Norton1 Thomas Occleve1 Thomas Otway1 Thomas Overbury1 Thomas Parnell1 Thomas Pennant1 Thomas Percy1 Thomas Pringle1 Thomas Provis1 Thomas Randolph1 Thomas Reid1 Thomas Robert Malthus1 Thomas Roscoe1 Thomas Rymer1 Thomas Sackville, 1st Earl of Dorse...1 Thomas Scott1 Thomas Shadwell1 Thomas Sheridan1 Thomas Simpson1 Thomas Southern1 Thomas Southwood Smith1 Thomas Sprat1 Thomas Stanley1 Thomas Sternhold1 Thomas Talfourd1 Thomas Taylor1 Thomas Telford1 Thomas Tickell1 Thomas Topham1 Thomas Tusser1 Thomas Tyrwhitt1 Thomas Vaughan (philosopher)1 Thomas Vaux, 2nd Baron Vaux of Harr...1 Thomas Warton1 Thomas Watson1 Thomas Westwood1 Thomas William Robertson1 Thomas Wilson (rhetorician)1 Thomas Witlam Atkinson1 Thomas Wolsey1 Thomas Woolner1 Thomas Wright1 Thomas Wyatt (poet)1 Thomas Young1 Thomas Zouch1 Thomond1 Thomson Effect1 Thomson’s Unit of Resistance1 Thor1 Thoracentesis1 Thorax1 Thorberg Skafting1 Thorn Apple1 Thorn Hill School1 Thorn-Apple1 Thornback1 Thorns1 Thorough Churchman1 Thorough Cough1 Thorough Go Nimble1 Thorough Stitch1 Thorough-good-natured Wench1 Thos.1 Thoue1 Though1 Thought1 Thowe1 Thowen1 Thrasher1 Threatening1 Three Bullocks and a Lion1 Three first 1 Three Little Pigs1 Three Mile Cross1 Three Musketeers1 Three sheets in the wind1 Three Threads1 Prev. 100

Thomas Lawrence

Sir Thomas Lawrence

Born 1769.—Died 1830.—George III.—George IV.

A well-known portrait painter, and President of the Royal Academy.  He drew good likenesses in pencil and ink at five years old, and received a prize from the Society of Arts at thirteen for a copy in chalk of Raphael's Transfiguration.  His portraits in the Waterloo Gallery at Windsor are very celebrated.  He painted exquisite pictures of children.