The Rev Dr Priestley's House and Elaboratory

Made:
1792 in London
maker:
William Ellis
publisher:
Joseph Johnson
The Rev Dr Priestley's House and Elaboratory (print)

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Print. Coloured aquatint. The Rev. Dr. Priestley's House and Elaboratory, Fair-Hill. Drawn by P.H. Witton Jnr. ; Engraved by Wm. Ellis. London, Published 1 May 1792 by J. Johnson, St Paul's Churchyard. Image 13x18.7cm, platemark 19x24.1cm on sheet 21x27cm. View of exterior of estate from roadside; house destroyed by mob, 1791, from 'Views of the Houses destroyed during the Riots of Birmingham', 1791. In frame 30x34x1.5cm

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1985-120
Materials:
paper and aquatint
Measurements:
overall: 210 x 270 mm
type:
print
credit:
Grosvenor Prints