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Untitled (View of Fish Street Hill from Grace Church Street busy with carriages and figures)

1795

Print after William Marlow

From the collection

Title

Untitled (View of Fish Street Hill from Grace Church Street busy with carriages and figures)

Date

1795

Artist

Print after William Marlow

Description

View of Fish Street Hill from Grace Church Street busy with carriages and figures, looking towards the monument and the Church of St. Magnus London Bridge. 1795. Hand-coloured etching and engraving.
Additional Makers: Publisher - John Curtis; Publisher - W March; Print maker - Thomas Morris
Inscription: Lettered below image with dedicaton to Thomas Skinner, Lord Mayor of London, with description of scene, by the publisher around arms, and below: "From the Original picture in the possession of Jeramiah Harman Esq. Painted in the Majoralty of Sir James Sanderson Esq"; with production detail: "Painted by William Marlow Esqr. F.S.A" (the last part an addition to plate), "Engraved by Thos Morris, Pupil of the late ingenious Mr Woolett" and publication line: "Publish'd as the Act directs, Novr. 4th. 1795, by John Curtis, Twickenham Middlesex & to be had of Mr March Stationers, Ludgate Hill"
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Location

Fish Street Hill, London, England

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Medium

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