View from Carlisle Bridge, Dublin
S.F. Brocas delt. ; H. Brocas sculpt.
|Main Creator:||Brocas, Henry, ca. 1798-1873, engraver|
View from Carlisle Bridge, now O'Connell Bridge, looking towards D'Olier Street and Westmoreland Street, Dublin, with Trinity College in the distance. Horses and carriages and pedestrians passing by.
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[Dublin] [London] Publish'd July 1st 1820 by J. Le Petit ... at Capel St. Dublin 
& Bell & Wright, Duke St., Bloomsbury, London
Formerly at call number 766TB.
One of twelve views of Dublin, part of a projected work "Topography of Ireland". This work was to be published in numbers, each view containing two engravings with letterpress description. This view with "View of the Corn Exchange - Burgh Quay and Custom House, Dublin" were the two views given with the first part
Physical description: 1 print etching and line engraving image 24.3 x 40 cm., on sheet 27.2 x 42 cm., cropped inside plate mark
Citations/References: Cited in: Elmes, R.M. and Hewson, M. Irish topographical prints p. 41
Reproduction Note: Negative no. R18317
Engraving attributed to Henry Brocas Junior after a work by Samuel Frederick Brocas
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