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Last NameMalton    
Given NameThomas II    
alt. NamesT. M. ; Thomas Malton the Younger ;    
Childrensix children, among them Charles    
Year born1748 probably in London    
Year died1804    
Place of death    
Father's occupation    
Educationtrained by his father Thomas Malton I during his Dublin years, & in the office of the architect James Gandon in London    
Country of ActivityEngland, UK    
Worked forWatts: Seats of the Nobility and Gentry (1779) ; aquatints of buildings in the metropolis and Bath ; A Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London & Westminster (1792, with 100 aquatint plates) ;    
Patronagepremium from the Society of Arts, and in 1782 gained the Academy gold medal for a design for a theatre; South Kensington Museum; British Museum    
Collaborators->Thomas Malton I (father) & assisted by F. Wheatley ;    
Techniquesarchitectural and topographical ink drawing and aquatint prints    
Archival sourceshttps://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Malton,_Thomas_%281748-1804%29_%28DNB00%29    
Published sourcesDNB 36 1893 ; Klingender 1968/74: 25 ;     
otherMalton appears to have always lived in London, with the exception of a brief stay at Bath in 1780; from 1783 to 1789 he resided in Conduit Street.    

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