[A VIEW on DERWENT-WATER, from VICAR'S ISLAND. / towards Skiddaw] [graphic] / [1753.]


[A VIEW on DERWENT-WATER, from VICAR'S ISLAND. / towards Skiddaw] [graphic] / [1753.]

[No. 2 unlettered proof impression]; sketchily drawn landscape view with a couple approaching in the foreground on the left, a gentleman helping a woman to climb up a steep bank to at the centre, another gentleman pointing toward the view over the lake. An angler is seated on the right with his back to the viewer; further anglers and rowing boats are seen in the middle distance, mountains surround, a church on a plain is seen below at right. Unfinished proof without letters of the print at Maps K.Top.10.41.b.1. This set of views was re-published by Boydell in 1774. See Upcott p.126, XVIII.

1 print: etching ; image 365 x 513 mm.


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