|Method||Copper engraved with hand colour|
|Artist||de La Feuille, Daniel|
|Dimensions||116 x 170 mm.|
La Feuille's map centres on the River Thames, covering London from Shoreditch to Shadwell and from Lambeth to St. James Park. Both Saint Paul's Cathedral and the Tower of London are easily identifiable. Two coats of arms are present; one of the city of London featured in the upper left corner and a royal crest bottom centre. The royal crest is surrounded by two alllegorical figures representing the Thames and Britain.
Daniel de La Feuille (1640 - 1709) was born a Huguenot in Sedan, France. As a young man, he was the apprentice of a watchmaker. In 1683, the Huguenots faced religious prosecution, causing the de La Feuille family to flee to Amsterdam. By 1686, Daniel de La Feuille was a citizen and established himself as an engraver, publisher, and art dealer. In 1691, he was admitted into the Booksellers Guild.