|Published||Publish'd according to Act of parliament Feby. 1, 1768|
|Dimensions||Image 132 x 112 mm, Sheet 157 x 126 mm|
A coachman sitting down, holding up a large tankard filled with foaming beer, his whip resting against his chair, and his pipe and tobacco on the table in front of him.
Thomas Ryley (fl. 1744-1754) was a British mezzotint engraver operating out of premises in Water Lane, Fleet Street, London. It is possible that he was an apprentice of John Faber II. Ryley worked principally on portraits, including those of Queen Charlotte, Frederick the Third of Prussia, and the Prince and Princess of Wales.
Chaloner Smith undescribed, BM Satires undescribed
Condition: Good rich impression. Trimmed to publication line at base. Light toning to margins and inscription space.