Cornelian Bay

Thomas Rowlandson British
After James Green British
Publisher Rudolph Ackermann, London British

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Twenty-one plates etched by Thomas Rowlandson after James Green. The aquatint was added by John Bluck and Joseph Stadler. The sketches by Green were made as souvenirs and not intended for publication, but were ultimately published due to popular demand.

Cornelian Bay, Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London), Hand-colored etching and aquatint

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