Daniel Burgesse M.A.

Method Copper engraving
Artist George Vertue
Published 1714
Dimensions Image 100 x 71 mm, Sheet 123 x 75 mm
Notes Frontis to his Psalms.

Daniel Burgess (1645-1713), Nonconformist minister.

George Vertue (1684-1756) was an antiquary and engraver. Vertue had a deep interest in antiquarian research, and much of his work was devoted to this subject. From 1713 onwards, Vertue dedicated his research on details of the history of British art, resultings in extensive notebooks now in the Britsh Library. The contents of which were the basis of Horace Walpole's 1762 Anecdotes of Painting. There are approximately five hundred portraits are attributed to Vertue, an equivalent number of published plates were devoted to antiquarian subjects.

O' Donoghue 3

Condition: Trimmed within platemark and tipped to album page.
Framing unmounted
Price £25.00
Stock ID 24642