|Artist||John Scott after Philip Reinagle|
|Published||Pub. June 1., 1804 by James Cundee, Albion Press, Ivy Lane, London.|
|Dimensions||Image 148 x 202 mm|
From The Sportsman's Cabinet; or a Correct Delineation of the Various Dogs Used in the Sports of the Field: Including the Canine Race in General (London: James Cundee, 1803).
John Scott (1774 - 1827) was an English engraver and father of John R. Scott, also an engraver. Specialising in animals, his work was published in the Sporting Magazine and similar publications. Born in Newcastle, he worked in London with his brother William as a dealer and prime agent for Alexander Sutherland. His career came to an end in 1821 after he suffered a stroke.
Philip Reinagle (1749 - 1833) was a British artist. Trained by the painter Allan Ramsay he began his career as a portrait painter, then later specialised in animal and sporting pictures, botanical subjects and landscapes. He became a Royal Academician in 1812.
James Cundee was a British publisher active between 1804 and 1814. Based at the Albion Press, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, he began operating as J&J Cundee from 1813.
Condition: Foxing to sheet.