|Artist||James Storer after Edward Dayes|
|Published||London, Published by Vernor, Hood and Sharpe, Poultry. Decr. 1st 1806|
|Dimensions||Image 155 x 105 mm|
From J. Norris Brewer's The Beauties of England and Wales.
James Sargant Storer (1771–1853) was an English draughtsman and engraver who devoted himself to the production of works on topography and ancient architecture, the plates in which he drew and engraved himself on a small scale. From 1814 James Storer worked wholly in conjunction with his eldest son Henry.
Edward Dayes (1763–1804) was an English watercolour painter and engraver in mezzotint. He studied under William Pether, and began to exhibit at the Royal Academy in 1786.