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William Daniell Engraving - Steam Boat on the Clyde Near Dumbarton

REF: P2165 / LA438362
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Description
Interesting engraving of an early 19th century paddle steamer on the Clyde near Dumbarton, Scotland. It appears to be a tourist boat as there are ladies present with a parasol? All standing, so it would not have been very comfortable in rougher weather! William Daniell RA (1769-1837) was an English landscape and marine painter and printmaker, notable for his work in aquatint. In 1813, he started work on his greatest achievement: a series of aquatints for "A Voyage Round Great Britain" which he published with his friend Ayton between 1814-25. There were 308 illustrations done for this work of which this, of shipping on the Clyde, is one. Daniell was elected a member of the Royal Academy in 1822.
measurements
Height:
41 cm
Width:
45 cm
declaration
Art & Stuff has clarified that the William Daniell Engraving - Steam Boat on the Clyde Near Dumbarton (LA438362) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Early 19th Century
condition
Excellent. Presented in a Hogarth frame and cream mount.
additional info
Material:
Origin:
Date of Manufacture:
Early 19th Century
location
This William Daniell Engraving - Steam Boat on the Clyde Near Dumbarton is located in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom