British, 17th century, male.
Born 1637, in London; died 1688, in London.
Thomas Flatman attended Winchester School before going up to New College, Oxford, where he failed to obtain a degree. He studied for the Bar, but does not seem to have taken up the legal profession. He was a devotee of the arts, and established a reputation as a poet, miniaturist and portrait
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Subjects: Art ; Biographical Studies
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