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(London, 1805 - 1881, Reigate)
Palmer and his friends, calling themselves the "Ancients," settled in Shoreham in Kent and focused on producing landscape pictures as a means of rejecting the materialism that took hold of an increasingly industrialized England. It wasn't until 1850 that Palmer took up etching and joined The Etching Club. Critics were ambivalent, and proponents of the etching revival in England, namely Francis Seymour Haden and James Abbott McNeill Whistler, dismissed the efforts of The Etching Club as amateurish.