Thomas Prattent (1764-1841) - Engraving, Ruins of Lisbon after the Earthquake
DescriptionThe ruins of Lisbon in the aftermath of the earthquake in 1755, one of the deadliest earthquakes in history. Originally engraved by Thomas Prattent (1764-1841) for Percival Barlow's book 'The General History of Europe' (1790). On wove.
There is some mild discolouration and wear to the edges of the substrate. There are some creases, primarily to the upper edge, and a very small tear to the right edge. Overall in good condition.
18.1 x 28.4cm (7.1" x 11.2")Sheet: 26.2 x 40.1cm (10.3" x 15.8") Plate: 22.4 x 31.5cm (8.8" x 12.4")
|Artist||Thomas Prattent (1764-1841)|
|Date||Early 19th Century|
|Dimensions||18.1 x 28.4cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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