Mrs. Frewer

Method Copper engraving
Artist William Camden Edwards after Joseph Clover
Published [n.d. c. 1800]
Dimensions Image 158 x 128 mm, Plate 275 x 223 mm, Sheet 348 x 265 mm
Notes A half length portrait of Mrs Frewer holding a canvas with her left hand wearing shawl.

Mrs Frewer (active early 19th century) was drawing teacher in Norwich.

William Camden Edwards (1777 - 1855) was an etcher and engraver who was born in Monmouthshire and worked in Bungay, later moving to Norfolk where he worked for Dawson Turner.

Joseph Clover (1779 - 1853) was a painter and printmaker of the Norwich School. He studied with John Opie and exhibited at the Norwich Society of Artists between 1813-1825, and the Norfolk and Suffolk Institute for the Promotion of the FA between 1828-1832. Clover was based in London as well as Norwich from 1828.

O'Donoghue 1

Condition: Some overall surface dirt
Framing unmounted
Price £45.00
Stock ID 40094