The Hon.ble Sr. Edw.d Hawke, Kn.t of the Bath. Admiral of the Blue.

Method Mezzotint
Artist Charles Spooner
Published [c.1760]
Dimensions Image 122 x 112 mm, Plate 150 x 114 mm, Sheet 220 x 138 mm
Notes Portrait of Admiral of the Fleet Edward Hawke, 1st Lord Hawke, KB (1705-1781). Hawke was an officer of the Royal Navy and the Victor of Quiberon Bay.

Charles Spooner (1720 - 1767) was an Irish mezzotint engraver. Born in County Wexford, he was a pupil of the engraver John Brooks. Various plates were produced by him in Dublin between 1749 and 1752. By 1756 he had moved to London where he spent the rest of his career. His work was published by Robert Sayer and the Bowles family. He died in 1767 and was buried beside the engraver James MacArdell, in Hampstead churchyard.

Chaloner Smith 23, Lennox - Boyd iv/iv, O'Donoghue 13

Ex. Col.: Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd
Framing unmounted
Price £180.00
Stock ID 21250