Picturesque views of the English cities / from drawings by G.F. Robson ; edited by J. Britton, F.S.A. etc. ; containing thirty-two engravings by Adlard, Barrenger, Barber, Higham, Le Keux, Jeavons, Varrall, Tombleson, Radaway, Taylor, Woolnoth, etc. ...
- Additional Title(s):
Picturesque views of the cities of England
- London : Published by J. Britton, Burton Street, 1828.
- Physical Description:
-  leaves of plates,  pages : chiefly ill. ; 28 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsDA620 .R63 1828+ OversizeYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Engraved throughout, including title page and added title page, except for "The editor's views of the English cities, from drawings by G.F. Robson ..."-- pages at end. The two pages of letterpress are printed on a smaller sheet of paper.
Added title page: Picturesque views of the cities of England.
Steel engravings by M.S. Barenger, John Charles Varrall, Thomas Woolnoth, William Tombleson, Thomas Jeavons, Henry Winkles and William Taylor, John Lekeux, James C. Redaway, William Taylor, Henry Adlard, William Raymond Smith, Thomas Higham, C. Matthews, Edward John Roberts and William Taylor, and Thomas Barber; after George Fennell Robson.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary (publisher's?) gilt-stamped green morocco binding. Binding signed A. Macomie. Spine title: Robson's Views of English cities.
- Subject Terms:
- Architecture -- Great Britain -- Pictorial works.Britton, J. -- Publisher.Great Britain -- Description and travel.Macomie, A. -- Bookbinder.Steel engraving -- Specimens -- 1828.
- Canterbury. From the North. From the East
- York. From the southeast. From the southwest
- Durham. From the northwest. From the southwest
- Lincoln. From the southeast. From the southwest
- London. From S.W. Waterloo Bridge. From S.E. Southwark Bridge
- Norwich. From the east. From the south