Jeffrey, Earth Stopper to the Berkeley Hunt.

Method Mezzotint
Artist William Giller after Edmund Bristow
Published c.1826
Dimensions Image 214 x 156 mm, Sheet 244 x 181 mm
Notes The plate was included in Gosden's stock-in-trade which was sold by the auctioneer George Jones on 17th January 1826 and the three following evenings. The plate was offered as Lot 23 with 245 impressions - 117 proofs, 119 prints and 9 coloured impressions. It is not clear whether they were included in the total of proofs, but 72 proof etchings "for colouring" were included. The lot sold to Evans for £5 5s.

William Giller (c.1805 - c.1868) was a British artist and engraver. Giller was most known for his mezzotint and stipple engravings of sporting subjects and portraits. He exhibited at the RA from 1855.

O'Donoghue 1.
Framing unmounted
Price £45.00
Stock ID 25495