1854 steel engraving Charles Pratt First Earl Camden


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An 1854 steel engraving Charles Pratt First Earl Camden.

Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden ( 1714 – 1794) was an English lawyer, judge and Whig politician who was first to hold the title of Earl Camden. He founded Camden Town in London and was a major critic of the taxes that brought about the Boston Tea Party in 1744.

The piece has foxing reflective of its age, see pictures for details.

Engraving size is 13 by 10 cm’s

Paper size is approximately 18 by 27 cm’s

The engravings where done from drawing by Henry Warren expressly for the printing.

Henry Warren 1794-1879 was President of the New Watercolour Society the medium he mainly worked in. He was a pupil of Joseph Nollekens 1737-1823.

The engraving was done by Henry Robinson

John Henry Robinson

He was born at Bolton, Lancashire and was brought up in Staffordshire. At the age of 18 he became a pupil of James Heath, for about two years.

Robinson was one of the nine eminent engravers who, in 1836, petitioned the House of Commons on the state of engraving , in 1867 he was elected a royal academician.



Weight.02 kg

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