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1. DM Andrei and let him know you are setting up a bot for John Leech!
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  • Add Artist's name, description, location and the link to their Wikipedia page. Please follow the format used for @artistmonet, the bio should look something like this:
  • Fan account of John Leech, a fancy pants artist best known for his nocturnal scenes of urban landscapes. #artbot by @andreitr.
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6. In the search results, add the John Leech collection to the bot by clicking on the icon.
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John Leech

The Mere Matter of Form
The Mere Matter of Form
The Two Strings
The Two Strings
Illustration for 'Ingoldsby Legends'
Illustration for 'Ingoldsby Legends'
Drawing for ‘Punch’: Scene in the Row
Drawing for ‘Punch’: Scene in the Row
Drawing for ‘Punch’: A Runaway Hansom Cab
Drawing for ‘Punch’: A Runaway Hansom Cab
Drawing for ‘Punch’: Scene at a Bar
Drawing for ‘Punch’: Scene at a Bar
Leading in the Winner
Leading in the Winner
Untitled
Untitled
UNDER THE MISTLETOE
UNDER THE MISTLETOE
THE SNOW
THE SNOW
OBVIOUS
OBVIOUS
NONE BUT THE BRAVE DESERVE THE FAIR
NONE BUT THE BRAVE DESERVE THE FAIR
MISS AND MISTLETOE
MISS AND MISTLETOE
JUVENILE ETYMOLOGY
JUVENILE ETYMOLOGY
COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON
COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON
CHRISTMAS EVE
CHRISTMAS EVE
CAUTION DURING THE MISTLETOE SEASON
CAUTION DURING THE MISTLETOE SEASON
A PLEASANT HOLIDAY TASK
A PLEASANT HOLIDAY TASK
A PIG PEN AT A CATTLE SHOW
A PIG PEN AT A CATTLE SHOW
A FAMILY GROUP—BABY STIRRING THE PUDDING
A FAMILY GROUP—BABY STIRRING THE PUDDING
Titus threatening Pomponius
Titus threatening Pomponius
The Romans clothed by the Inhabitants of Capua
The Romans clothed by the Inhabitants of Capua
The Ambassadors purchasing Æsculapius
The Ambassadors purchasing Æsculapius
Terrific Combat between Titus Manlius and a Gaul of gigantic Stature
Terrific Combat between Titus Manlius and a Gaul of gigantic Stature
Self-possession of Fabricius, the Ambassador, under rather Trying Circumstances
Self-possession of Fabricius, the Ambassador, under rather Trying Circumstances
Roman Man-of-War, from a scarce Medal
Roman Man-of-War, from a scarce Medal
Metius aggravating Titus Manlius
Metius aggravating Titus Manlius
Discovery of the Head of Summanus
Discovery of the Head of Summanus
Curius Dentatus refusing the Magnificent Gift offered by the Samnite Ambassadors
Curius Dentatus refusing the Magnificent Gift offered by the Samnite Ambassadors
Appearance in the Senate of a young Nobleman, named Meto
Appearance in the Senate of a young Nobleman, named Meto
A Scare-crow
A Scare-crow
Virginia carried off by a Minion in the pay of Appius
Virginia carried off by a Minion in the pay of Appius
The Citadel saved by the cackling of the Geese
The Citadel saved by the cackling of the Geese
School-boys flogging the Schoolmaster
School-boys flogging the Schoolmaster
Mucius Scævola before Porsenna
Mucius Scævola before Porsenna
Mrs. Sextus consoles herself with a Little Party
Mrs. Sextus consoles herself with a Little Party
Miss Fabia, the Younger, astonished at the Patrician's Double-knock
Miss Fabia, the Younger, astonished at the Patrician's Double-knock
Horatius Cocles Defending the Bridge
Horatius Cocles Defending the Bridge
Coriolanus parting from his Wife and Family
Coriolanus parting from his Wife and Family
Clælia and her Companions escaping from the Etruscan Camp
Clælia and her Companions escaping from the Etruscan Camp