Topographical engraving after a drawing by J. M. W. Turner

Print
1795 (engraved)
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Line engraving on copper, printed on paper, depicting the Chelsea Hospital


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Object Type
Additional TitleChelsea Hospital (assigned by artist)
Materials and Techniques
Line engraving on copper
Brief Description
Line engraving by J. S. Storer depicting the Chelsea Hospital after a drawing by J. M. W. Turner from a series of chiefly topographical scenes, published in 'The Pocket Magazine', 'Ladies Pocket Magazine' and 'Pocket Print Magazine' (1795-1796), including reprints from 'England Relineated' (1804). Great Britain, 1795. (Mummery Bequest).
Physical Description
Line engraving on copper, printed on paper, depicting the Chelsea Hospital
Credit line
Bequeathed by Horace Mummery
Subject depicted
Places Depicted
Other Number
R17 - Rawlinson number (Mummery Bequest)
Collection
Accession Number
E.2236-1946

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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