|Artist||William Byrne after Joseph Farington|
|Published||London, Published Jan 1, 1803, by W. Byrne, Titchfield Street and T. Cadell Jun & W. Davis, Strand|
|Dimensions||Image 145 x 215 m, Plate 225 x 285 mm, Sheet 255 x 340 mm|
A view of Marlow from Britannia Depicta; A Series Of Views (With brief Descriptions) Of The Most Interesting And Picturesque Objects In Great Britain, Engraved From Drawings By Messrs. Farington, Turner, Hearne, Smith, Alexander, &c. - By William Byrne, F.A.S. - The Counties Alphabetically Arranged; - Part I. Containing Twenty-four Views in Bedfordshire, Berkshire, And Buckinghamshire.
William Byrne (1743-1805) was a landscape engraver, and publisher who trained in Paris under Wille in the early 1760s, and then worked in London. He was father of the engravers Anne Francis, Elizabeth, John, Letitia and Mary.