C1829

Dalguise, Perthshire.

Early engraved view of Dalguise, a settlement in Perth and Kinross, central Scotland. From Shepherd’s, Modern Athens, Displayed in a Series of Views, or of Edinburgh in the Nineteenth Century.  

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Full Title:

Dalguise, Perthshire.

Date:

C1829

Engraver:

Thomas Hosmer Shepherd 
(1792 – 
1864)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

125mm 
x 80mm

Paper Size: 

153mm 
x 115mm
AUTHENTICITY
Dalguise, Perthshire. - Antique View from 1829

Genuine antique
dated:

1829

Description:

Early engraved view of Dalguise, a settlement in Perth and Kinross, central Scotland.

From Shepherd’s, Modern Athens, Displayed in a Series of Views, or of Edinburgh in the Nineteenth Century.

 

Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1792 - 1864)

Shepherd was a topographical watercolour artist, well known for his architectural paintings. Thomas was the brother of topographical artist George "Sidney" Shepherd, Thomas was employed to illustrate architecture in London, and later Edinburgh, Bath and Bristol. Shepherd's work, mostly topographical, is characterized by an attention to detail, along with lifelike scenes that contained people, carriages and horses. He worked mostly for Frederick Crace, who employed him to paint old London buildings prior to their demolition, with much of the work surviving in the Crace collection at the British Museum.

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