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DALL, NICHOLAS THOMAS (d. 1777), landscape-painter, was a Dane, who settled in London about 1760. He was a member of the Society of Artists. In 1761 he exhibited a ‘Piece of Ruins’ at the exhibition of that body. In 1768 he obtained the first premium of the Society of Arts for landscape-painting. He was elected associate of the Royal Academy in 1771 and exhibited constantly till his death. He was scene-painter at Covent Garden Theatre, and found there his principal employment. He exhibited at the Academy some Yorkshire landscapes, in which county he was employed by the Duke of Bolton, by Lord Harewood, and others. He died in Great Newport Street in the spring of 1777, leaving a widow and young family, for whom the managers of Covent Garden Theatre gave a benefit.

[Redgrave's Dict. of Artists.]