The Tinnihinch road, with a view of Bray Town and Head, in the County of Wicklow
P. Sandby R.A. pinxt. ; Ryder sculp.
|Main Creator:||Ryder, Thomas, 1746-1810, engraver|
Three women sit in a cart in the left foreground which is pulled by a horse; a horseman and two dogs are depicted ahead of this group with a small cottage [to the extrme left behind trees] and two other figures in the distance. View with the sea [with two ships visible] in the background, with Bray town in the middle distance [a steeple of a church is clearly visible].
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London : Published as the Act directs, by G. Kearsly, no. 46 Fleet Street, January 1, 1781.
Printed above image upper right: 'Plate 108.' [from 'The Virtuosi's Museum']. The number '85' is hand written in ink [upper right].
Call number ET B296 formerly held at 1946TA (A).
This is one of two impressions - see also ET A828 where Sandby's name has been stroked through and replaced in ink by 'John Nixon fct. [fecit = "made it"] 1780'.
Physical description: 1 print : line engraving ; image 13 x 18.3 cm., platemark 16.4 x 21 cm., on sheet 22.2 x 29.3 cm.
Citations/References: Catalogue of Irish topographical prints and original drawings, Rosalind M. Elmes. New edition revised and enlarged by Michael Hewson. - Dublin : Malton Press for the National Library of Ireland Society, 1975. p. 103.
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