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Allan Cunningham

Author Code: EACU

Born: Dec. 7, 1784 - Keir, Dumfriesshire, Scotland

Died: Oct. 30, 1842 - London, England

Initially working as a stonemason's apprentice, Cunningham began writing poetry, perhaps under the influence of his close friend James Hogg, and contributed some poetry to Literary Recreations in 1807. He moved to London in 1810 and began working as a journalist and parliamentary reporter. In 1814, he became clerk in the studio of the sculptor Francis Chantrey and continued in that post until Chantrey's death in 1841. During those years, he produced three novels and many songs and poems. He also produced some fine short stories, biographies and literary collections among which was his six-volume Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors and Architects (1829-1833). His other works include Sir Marmaduke Maxwell (1820), The King of the Peak (1822), Traditional Tales of the English and Scottish Peasantry (1822), Songs of Scotland, Ancient and Modern (1825), Paul Jones (1826), Sir Michael Scott (1828), Lord Roldan (1836) and Life of Wilkie (1843).

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