|Image 183 x 140 mm, Sheet 185 x 141 mm
A three-quarter length self-portrait of Arthur Pond. He sits, arms crossed, holding a piece of paper in his right hand, his head and body turned slightly to right facing viewer.
Arthur Pond (1705?–1758) was an English painter and engraver. Well known for a series of plates titled Imitations of the Italian Masters, Pond also collaborated with George Knapton in the Heads of Illustrious Persons of Great Britain as well as on a collection of ninety-five reproductions from drawings by famous artists.
O'Donoghue 1 i/ii, Hake 1922
Ex. Col. Hon Christopher Lennox-Boyd
Condition: Trimmed just outside plate mark and graingerised.