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Blackfriars Bridge Thames Loondon Farrington aquatint Stadler

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View of Blackfriars Bridge from Somerset Place


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Original antique topographical print


Published c1795 for Boydell's 'History of the River Thames'. Joseph Constantine Stadler (fl London, 1780-1822) was an engraver of German origin. He settled in London in the 1780s and, since he specialized in aquatint engraving, became responsible for the successful production of many ambitious topographical works. He worked closely with Joseph Farington, who made the drawings for An History of the River Thames by William Combe, published by John Boydell (London, 1794-6). Joseph Farington (1747-1821) was an eighteenth-century English landscape painter and diarist.

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artist JC Stadler after J Farington
method Aquatint
date 1795
size 220mm by 330mm (image)
SKU VW1223