Mouth of Waterford Harbour.
Walmesley del. ; R. & D. Havell sculp.
|Main Creator:||Havell the elder, Robert, fl. 1800-1840, engraver.|
View of the entrance to Waterford harbour, Ireland, with two men in the foreground watching the stormy sea. Boats struggle against the current. On a cliff overlooking the harbour on the left bank is Duncannon Fortress. On the right bank of the harbour is a lighthouse. Beside the two men in the print is a pole with a barrel at the top.
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London : John Murphy, 19 Howland street, Fitzroy square ; December 9th, 1809.
G. Testoline's, 73 Cornhill,
Formerly at call number 1751TD.
Physical description: 1 print : aquatint ; image 43.4 x 55.3 cm., plate mark 48.4 x 59.2 cm., sheet 57.5 x 72.8 cm.
Citations/References: National Library of Ireland Catalogue of Irish Topographical prints and ofiginal drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Malton Press, Dublin, 1975 : p. 93.
Attributed to Robert Havell the elder, (fl. 1800-1840), and D. Havell (could be Daniel Havell, (fl. 1812-1837), after an original drawing by Thomas Walmsley, (1763-1806).
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