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The Copper Plate Magazine, or Monthly Cabinet of Picturesque Prints, Consisting of Sublime and Interesting Views in Great Britain and Ireland, Beautifully Engraved by the Most Eminent Artists from Paintings and Drawings of the First Masters, vol. II

Published by Harrison and Co.
(London)

Publisher: John Walker (British, active 1784–1802)
Artist and engraver: John Walker (British, active 1784–1802)
Artist and engraver: William Ellis (British, London 1747–1810)
Artist: James Fittler (British, London 1758–1835 Middlesex)
Artist: James Heath (British, London 1757–1834 London) (signed "Heath")
Artist: Thomas Medland (British, active from 1780–died 1833)
Artist: Samuel Middiman (British, 1751–1831)
Artist: James Storer (British, Cambridge 1771–1853 Islington, London)
Artist: J. Widnell (British, active late 18th century)
Artist: After Miss Berners (British, active 1794)
Artist: After Edward Francis Burney (British, Worcester 1760–1848 London)
Artist: After Richard Corbould (British, London 1757–1831 London)
Artist: After Edward Dayes (British, London 1763–1804 London)
Artist: After Arthur Benoni Evans (British, 1751–1854)
Artist: After John Hassell (British, 1767–1825)
Artist: After J. Hornsey (British, active 1795–97)
Artist: After H. Jeayes (British, active 1794)
Artist: After Thomas Malton (British, London 1748–1804 London)
Artist: After John Meheux (British, active late 18th century) (signed J. Meheux)
Artist: After James Moore (British, 1762–1799)
Artist: After Francis Nicholson (British, 1753–1844)
Artist: After John Nixon (British, ca. 1760–1818)
Artist: After Rev. Robert Nixon (British, 1759–1837)
Artist: After William Orme (British, active 1771–1854) (signed "Mr. Orme")
Artist: After Humphry Repton (British, Bury St. Edmonds, Suffolk 1752–1818 Romford, Essex)
Artist: After Philip Reinagle (British, Edinburgh or Dover 1749–1833 Chelsea)
Artist: After Joseph Mallord William Turner (British, London 1775–1851 London) (signed "J. Turner")
Date: 1794–96
Medium: Etching
Dimensions: 8 1/8 x 10 7/8 x 1 1/16 in. (20.6 x 27.6 x 2.7 cm)
Classification: Books
Credit Line: Gift of David and Katherine Moore, 2010
Accession Number: 2010.299.2

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