|Artist||James Duffield Harding and Charles Joseph Hullmandel|
|Published||Published by Hunt & Clarke, Tavistock Street, London [c. 1826]|
|Dimensions||Image 85 x 142, Sheet 111 x 164 mm|
A domestic interior showing a male figure crouching over a cooking pot, while a second figure lies in the hammock strung up in the centre of the room.
James Duffield Harding (1798 - 1863) was a British draughtsman, watercolourist, topographer, lithographer, etcher and landscape painter. Born in Deptford, he exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1810 onwards.
Charles Joseph Hullmandel (1789-1850) was a British painter, draughtsman, printmaker and publisher. He was born to French parents in London, and trained as an artist. He opened a printing press in 1818, becoming a major lithographic printer and publisher in the city. He was responsible for numerous technical developments, including lithotint and colour printing.
Condition: Some slight surface dirt.