|Paul Rodolphe Dujardin after Thomas Cheesman after Adam Buck
|Gazette des Beaux-Arts, c. 1890
|Image 190 x 115 mm, Plate 240 x 155 mm, Sheet
A colour printed héliogravure of an earlier print after Adam Buck of Rosoman Mountain turned to right holding a guitar.
Rosoman (nee Wilkinson) Mountain (c. 1768-1841) actress and singer, the daughter of Mr. Wilkinson a circus performer. Her mother was also a minor actress.
Paul Rodolphe Dujardin (1843-1913) was a French photographer and developed a process for producing héliogravures.
Thomas Cheesman (1760-c.1835) was a British, painter, draughtsman, and stipple engraver. He was a pupil of Bartolozzi and was in print selling partnership with Bovi and Beneditti in Great Tichfield Street.
Adam Buck (1759-1833) was a British painter and printmaker who is best known for his portraits of the high society during the Regency.