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1. French landscape painter (1796–1875) (5)

4. Humorous rhyme of a type popularised by Edward Lear (8)

8. Co-founder of a porcelain factory in Worcester in 1801 (6,8)

16. Luxuriously furnished railway carriage (7)

17. Small wave or series of waves (6)

18. Welsh artist resident in France for most of her career (4,4)

19. Ancient teller of fables (5)

21. Pop music genre, popular particularly in the late 1970s (5)

22. One of the Marx Brothers (5)

23. Type of chair with a semicircular back supported by upright rods (7)

24. Legal document that is signed, sealed and delivered (4)

25. Stiff coarse fibre from the outer husk of a coconut (4)

26. Road users (9)

28. French painter, born in 1883, renowned for street scenes of Montmartre (7)

29. German faience factory established in 1661 (5)

30. Roger —, noted 18th century English bookbinder (5)

31. Synthetic material (5)

33. Small handgun (6)

35. Black diamond (9)

38. Norse goddesses of destiny (5)

41. Come on to the stage (5)

42. Instrument similar to a harmonium (4,5)

43. Yellowish-white (5)

45. Alexandre-Gabriel —, French painter and lithographer (1803-60) (7)

47. Work table with a recessed or galleried top for storing balls of wool etc. (10)

49. — Tuck, prolific postcard publisher (7)

51. Fibrous filler (9)

53. Ancient Greek pottery decoration style (5,6)

55 .Evenly balanced (5)

56. No! isn’t a tram! (anagram) — collector’s car (5,6)

58. Percussion instrument used as an accompaniment to Spanish dance (9)

60. Renowned Roman comic dramatist (7)

61. Weekly programme guide published by the BBC (5,5)

64. Exhibition centre in West Kensington (7)

65. Song of praise or triumph (5)

66. Baleen (9)

68. Organisation open to people of high IQ (5)

70. Musical composition or passage to be performed in a slow and broad manner (5)

71. Quilted bedcover (9)

74. Scottish playwright, creator of Peter Pan (6)

75. Worker in metal (5)

77. Francis —, controversial British painter born in Dublin in 1909 (5)

79. Image or sign with supposed occult power in magic or astrology (5)

81. Item in an etui? (7)

83. Regulation (9)

85. Greek god of war (4)

86. — Moser, Austrian Art Nouveau painter and designer (4)

87. Good or polite behaviour (7)

88. Be compatible (5)

89. Small round shield or buckler (5)

92. Iron-nickel alloy used in the manufacture of clocks and scientific instruments (5)

93. Loose gown worn by deacons and bishops (8)

94. Ornamented with grooves (6)

95. Meliorate (7)

96. Horace Walpole’s house at Twickenham, a showpiece of the Gothic Revival (10,4)

97. Japanese term for gilt decoration on porcelain (8)

98. Dutch earthenware (5)

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1. Neapolitan porcelain factory founded in 1743 (11)

2. Charles Stewart —, pioneer motorist and aviator (1877-1910) (5)

3. Embroidery frame (7)

4. Congeals (anagram) — type of clock (8)

5. Pointed tool for separating the strands of a rope in splicing (11)

6. Not original (12)

7. Hostility between Communist and non-Communist states after World War II (4,3)

9. English architect who was one of the greatest exponents of the English Baroque style (9)

10. Candelabrum used in Jewish worship (7)

11. Mountainous area of North Wales (9)

12. French term for carved, moulded or painted decorative foliage (7)

13. Name of six rulers of Russia (4)

14. Former province of south-west France (7)

15. Journalists (9)

20. Pertaining to the Church of England or churches in communion with it (8)

27. Author of Anna Karenina (alt spelling) (7)

30. Feathered plume on a helmet (7)

32. An English county (7)

34. Sleight-of-hand (11)

36. On the other side of the page (8)

37. Nickname of Oliver Cromwell (3,9)

39. Defensive wall with a broad top and usually a stone parapet (7)

40. An artier ewer (anagram) — type of pottery that was widespread in the Roman empire (8,4)

43. Author of The Essays of Elia (7,4)

44. Wise and holy Hindu leader (7)

46. Water sources; essential components of clockwork toys? (7)

47. Cavendish, Latakia, etc. (7)

48. A large succulent West Indian fruit (7)

50. Piece of ornamental glass applied to the body of a vessel (5)

52. 2020, for example (4,4)

54. One who analyses the purity of metals (7)

57. Twin sister of Apollo (7)

59. Wind instrument consisting of a very long tube of wood or bark with a cornet-like mouthpiece (7)

62. Large and imposing house (7)

63. Eminent mid-Victorian colour printer (6,6)

66. Capital of Manitoba (8)

67. French symbolist painter and lithographer (1840-1916) (6,5)

69. Representation of a coat of arms with all the adjuncts to which a bearer of arms is entitled (11)

70. Collections of books (9)

72. Clerical neckband, colloquially (3,6)

73. Happening every eight years (9)

76. Glue (8)

78. Butcher’s chopper (7)

79. Metrical foot of two long syllables (7)

80. Factory in Thuringia producing close imitations of Meissen figures (7)

82. Giacomo — (1744-1808), notable Italian potter working at Savona (7)

84. Stationery item (7)

90. — Dufy, French painter, graphic artist and textile designer (1877-1953) (5)

91. The front part of a ship (4)