James Scott (1809 - 1889) - 1871 Mezzotint, Portrait of George Payne Esquire
DescriptionJames Scott (1809 - 1889) - Original 1871 Mezzotint. With stipple engraving. From the collection of Christopher Lennox-Boyd. Signed in plate. On chine-collé. Condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and foxing as shown. Some bending and tears outside of plate.James Scott (1809 - 1889). One of the finest engravers of the mid and late nineteenth century, James Scott was equally talented in the fields of portraiture, historical, sporting and genre subjects. He was highly regarded both for his mezzotints and for his mixed method engravings. Scott had a long and distinguished career, first coming to prominence with his portrait of the Duke of Wellington published in 1837. During the next fifty years, he engraved large designs after the works of such contemporary painters as Daniel Maclise, Landseer, J. G. Brown and George Henry Boughton.For more information please click here.
58 x 35cm (22.8" x 13.8")Sheet: 79.5 x 54cm (31.3" x 21.3")
|Artist||James Scott (1809 - 1889)|
|Dimensions||58 x 35cm|
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