Joseph Constantine Stadler (1755 – 1828) after Michael Angelo Rooker (1743/6 – 1801)

St Giles’s with a part of St John’s College (1813)

Engraving with later hand-colouring

25 x 32 cm

An engraving of St Giles, including the famous St Giles Church, with the front of St John’s to the right.

Joseph Constantine Stadler was a prolific German émigré engraver of images after his contemporaries. Stadler’s engravings are wide-ranging in subject matter and include landscapes, seascapes and portraits, as well as military, sporting and decorative subjects. Stadler was employed by the leading print publisher of the time, John Boydell. Stadler lived in Knightsbridge when he died at the age of 73.

Michael Angelo Rooker ARA was an English oil and watercolour painter of architecture and landscapes, illustrator, and engraver.

Condition: good. Some gentle age toning.

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