1822 Sherwood after Alken -  BERKELEY HUNT - hand coloured aquatint
1822 Sherwood after Alken -  BERKELEY HUNT - hand coloured aquatint
1822 Sherwood after Alken -  BERKELEY HUNT - hand coloured aquatint

1822 Sherwood after Alken - BERKELEY HUNT - hand coloured aquatint

$65.00 Dollar

Antique hand coloured etching titled “ To Col. Berkeley and the Noblemen and Gentlemen of the Berkeley Hunt, This View of Breaking Cover, is respectfully inscribed by their Obt. Serts. The Publishers.”

Published by Sherwood & Co Paternoster Row 1823.

21.5 x 13.3 cm

Exquisite original hand colour.

A scene of the Berkeley hunt breaking cover from The Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette. 

Thomas Sutherland (c.1785 - 1827) was a British aquatinter and artist who lived and worked in London.

Samuel Alken (1756 - 1815) was a British landscape artist and pioneer of aquatint printing. Alken is particularly remembered for his sporting scenes, particularly of hunting, a genre in which his sons, Samuel and Henry Thomas, also worked.

Evidence of earlier mounting to corners on verso. Lower margin tight. Clean tear expertly restored (almost unnoticeable).