|Artist||Anthony Walker after Jean Baptiste Chatelain|
|Published||London Printed for Robt. Sayer, at the Golden Buck, opposite Fetter Lane, Fleet Street. [n.d. c. 1750]|
|Dimensions||Image 237 x 360 mm, Plate 270 x 380 mm, Sheet 348 x 510 mm|
A view of the city of Worcester with the spires if the cathedral and churches all visible, two men with rifles in the foreground.
Anthony Walker (1726-1765) British printmaker and painter draughtsman working in London.
Jean Baptiste Chatelain (11 July 1710 - 1758) French printmaker, draughtsman of topographical subjects. Chatelain was of Hugenot parentage and worked in a lived in London until his death in 1758.
Condition: Minor creasing, old tape stains in margins and verso, blue ink in lower right margin neither affecting the plate or image, repaired tear upper left margin not affecting the plate.