The Bank, Looking Towards The Mansion House.

Method Lithograph with hand colouring
Artist Thomas Shotter Boys
Published 1842
Dimensions Image 425 x 315 mm, Sheet 435 x 325 mm
Notes A view of The Bank looking towards Mansion House from 'Original Views of London As It Is' by Thomas Shotter Boys. The publication included only monochrome prints. However, a small number of hand-coloured sets were also issued.

Thomas Shotter Boys (1803–1874) was an English watercolour painter and lithographer. He exhibited at the Royal Academy for the first time in 1824, and in Paris in 1827. In 1830 he went to Brussels, but returned to England on the outbreak of the revolution there. Paying another visit to Paris, he remained there until 1837, and then returned to England in order to lithograph the works of David Roberts and Clarkson Stanfield.

Abbey 239.

Condition: Mounted on cream card as issued, minor toning to sheet, small area of hinging tape left on top edge of card not affecting the print.
Framing unmounted
Price £350.00
Stock ID 49438