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thomas hardwick portrait engraving Dance Daniell

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Thomas Hardwick


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Original antique portrait print


Thomas Hardwick (1752–1829) was a British architect and a founding member of the Architects' Club in 1791. Hardwick established a reputation as a church architect, designing the church of St Mary the Virgin at Wanstead (completed in 1790), the Hampstead Road Chapel (1791–1792), St John's Wood Church, St John's Wood High Street (1813–1814), and the church of St Barnabas (now St Clement) near Old Street. Arguably, his most notable work is the church of St Mary, Marylebone Road (1813–1817). Dance was an architect, draughtsman and founder member of the Royal Academy. This portrait comes from a series of chalk portraits that he did of his friends, 72 of which were engraved and published (1808-1814) by Daniell who was an engraver as well as a renown landscape painter. Accompanied by original descriptive text. Some faint foxing.

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artist William Daniell RA (1769-1837) after George Dance the Younger (1741-1825)
method Soft ground etching
date 1814
size 270mm by 200mm (platemark)
SKU PT8652