|Published||Pub March 28. 1807. by S. Woodburn 112. St. Martins Lane London.|
|Dimensions||Image 125 x 175 mm, Plate 153 x 198 mm, Sheet 205 x 267 mm|
View of the New River and church of Stoke Newington, which is part of the London borough of Hackney in north-east London.
Samuel Woodburn (1786 - 1853) was a British art dealer, primarily based in London, who specialised in prints and drawings. He was responsible for the posthumous dispersal of the collection of Thomas Lawrence. Woodburn was one of four brothers, with his brothers working in printselling, bookselling, and frame-making.
Condition: Strong impression. Slight overall time toning and dirt build-up, mainly to outer margins.