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To the Noble the Marquis of Worcester, this View of the City of Bristol is Humbly Inscribed by His Lordship's most Obed't Servs T. Jones & J. Hassell.

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Title: To the Noble the Marquis of Worcester, this View of the City of Bristol is Humbly Inscribed by His Lordship's most Obed't Servs T. Jones & J. Hassell.
County: Gloucestershire
Location: Bristol
City: City of Bristol
Bristol: General Views
Medium: Aquatint
Artist: Hassell, John
Engraver: Hassell, John
Publisher: Hassell, John
Date: 1795
Dimensions: 230 x 312 mm
Colour: Original colour

No margins or titles. Repaired diagonal tear across centre. Some soiling.
A late 18th century view looking North East across the old course of the river Avon from a point on the southern bank opposite Hotwells Road. Recognisable features (from left to right) include Brandon Hill, St Michael's Church Tower, the tower and nave of Bristol Abbey, the tower of St Mary Redcliff church. There are also several conical glass houses or pottery kilns and vessels with sails in the foreground.

No longer available.


Web References
Medium:Aquatint engraving en.wikipedia.org
Year:1795 en.wikipedia.org



Antique Aquatint - "To the Noble the Marquis of Worcester, this View of the City of Bristol is Humbly Inscribed by His Lordship's most Obed't Servs T. Jones & J. Hassell." by J Hassell published 1795 by T Jones & J Hassell.