|Method||Soft-ground etching with original hand colouring|
|Artist||William Frederick Wells after Reverend Joseph Wilkinson|
|Published||Published, May 1, 1810. R. Ackermann, 101, Strand, London [1825 impression].|
|Dimensions||Image 248 x 350 mm, Sheet 317 x 470 mm|
A view of Brothers-water, in Cumbria from Rev. Joseph Wilkinson's Select Views in Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Lancashire with a man fishing in the foreground.
Reverend Joseph Wilkinson (1763-1831) was the rector of East and West Wretham, Norfolk and Chaplin to the Marquis of Huntley and an amateur draughtsman.
William Frederick Wells (1764-1836) was a British painter, draughtsman, etcher, and drawing master based in London.
Condition: Library blind stamp in right margin not affecting the image.