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Orme, Daniel, 1766–1837

D. Orme, historical engraver to His Majesty and His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

[London] : D. Orme, No. 14 Old Bond Street, [between 1792 and 1797]
Physical Description:
1 trade card ; 13 x 9 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Z232 .O76 1792 Box
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Daniel Orme (1767-1837) entered the Royal Academy schools in 1785. He began his career as an etcher, but very soon turned publisher, with a large output of topographical, historical and ornamental prints.
"A choice collection of pictures, drawings & prints, by the most approved artists. Also all sorts of picture frames, drawing materials, sattin prints, & medallions ..."
Daniel Orme was active at No. 14 Old Bond Street from 1792 to 1797. See: Maxted, I. The London book trades.
Recorded in the Heal collection (now in the British Museum): 59.117.
Trade card of Daniel Orme, featuring an allegorical engraving of a woman painting, beneath a pair of putti.
Subject Terms:
Art dealers -- England -- London.
Artists' materials -- Great Britain.
Artists' tools -- Great Britain.
Drawing materials -- Great Britain.
Engravers -- Great Britain.
Engraving -- Great Britain.
Orme, Daniel, 1766-1837.
Watercolor painting -- Great Britain.
Stipple engravings
Trade cards (advertising)
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