|Method||Lithograph with tint stone|
|Artist||M & N Hanhart after Frederick William Hulme|
|Published||Willis & Sotheran, 136 Strand, London.|
|Dimensions||Image 200 x 275 mm, Sheet 250 x 340 mm|
View from at top of hill looking down at Place House, Fowey, Cornwall.
M & N Hanhart were a lithographic publishing house active from 1840 onwards founded by Michael Hanhart (1788-1865) and Nicholas Hanhart (1815 - 1902).. They were especially well known for their coloration and tonal values.
Frederick William Hulme (1816-1884) was an English painter and illustrator known for his landscapes and designs for engravings for publications such as The Art Journal.