|Artist||Henry Winkles after William Tombleson|
|Published||London, Published by Tombleson & Co. 11 Paternoster Row. Germany, Creuzbauer & Co. Carlsrhue. [c.1833]|
|Dimensions||Image 170 x 190 mm, Plate 175 x 225 mm, Sheet 215 x 267 mm|
From Tombleson's Views of the Thames and Medway.
Henry Winkles (1801–1860) was an English architectural illustrator, engraver and printer, who, together with Karl Ludwig Frommel founded the first studio for steel engraving in Germany.
William Tombleson (1795-1846) was a British artist, illustrator, engraver, and printmaker. He is best know for his 'Views of the Thames and Medway,' and the famous 'Tombleson's Panoramic Map of the Thames' published by J. Reynolds.