[The Breakfast Party]

Method Etching
Artist Rev. Edward Bradley
Published c.1850
Dimensions Image 119 x 151 mm, Plate 152 x 180 mm, Sheet 166 x 252 mm
Notes An unfinished working proof impression of plate 9 to College Life. A Series of Original Etchings, by Edward Bradley, B.A. (stock number 20406). Alternative title below image:
'Collegian log: "So Mr Slowcoach wishes to see me for having cut his Lecture does he? - Then give him my most affectionate regards & say, I am confined to my Rooms with a severe attack pf aggravated Consumption"
The original works which were the inspiration for 'Verdant Green.'

Rev. Edward Bradley (March 25, 1827 - December 12, 1889) was an English author, illustrator, wood-engraver, watercolourist, photographer and reverand. Born in Kidderminster, he studied at Durham University where he graduated in 1848. He then spent a year at Oxford but never matriculated. He was ordained in 1850. He used the pen name Cuthbert Bede, B.A.. He learned wood engraving techniques from George Cruickshank and whose influence can be seen in Bradley's illustrations. His most famous work was The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, on the experiences of an Oxford undergraduate. He was also a contributor to Punch, The Gentleman's Magazine, Illustrated London Magazine, Illustrated London News, The Boys' Own Annual, and Notes and Queries.

Condition: Foxing and staining to sheet and image.
Framing unmounted
Price £30.00
Stock ID 33666