The Casket

Method Mezzotint with hand colouring
Artist A. M. Huffam after A. Collin
Published London Published by S & J. Fuller, at their Temple of Fancy, 34, Rathbone Place. [c.1830]
Dimensions Image 133 x 177 mm, Plate 190 x 215 mm, Sheet 194 x 234 mm.
Notes A print of a lady in dress with bare shoulders, her hair in a comb, she pulls jewellery our of a casket

Inscription below reads:
'Unnumberd treasures ope at one, and here
The various offerings of the world appear;
From each she nicely culls with curious foil
And decks herself with the glittering spoil.'

A. M. Huffam was an English line, mezzotint engraver and lithographer active between 1825 and 1859, and born at Edmonton, near London. Huffam exhibited three plates at the Society of British Artists between 1828 and 1832, and executed plates for Herring's Sketches on the Road (1845-1847) after John F. Herring Sr. He also produced royal portraits and prints after Landseer and Aglio. Some of his works were declared to the Printseller's Association (PSA).

Ex. Col.: Hon Christopher Lennox-Boyd

Condition: Discolouration to margins, not effecting image.
Framing unmounted
Price £95.00
Stock ID 34774