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A View of Brockville, Upper Canada, from Umbrella Island Open in full size

A View of Brockville, Upper Canada, from Umbrella Island

A View of Brockville, Upper Canada, from Umbrella Island

Notes

Inscribed in the plate, l.l.: Drawn by J, Gray,; l.r.: Outlined by J Allen Aquatinted by J Pyall ; l.c. (the title partly traced over in dark grey wash): A VIEW of BROCKVILLE, Upper, CANADA, From UMBRELLA ISLAND. / Respectfully dedicated to his Patrons, Sir Peregrine Maitland Lt. Governor & the Gentlemen of Upper Canada by / Their Obedient Servt. / James Gray / London Published by Willett & Blandford, Bouverie Street Fleet Street 1828. One of a set of eight prints after Gray (Accs. JRR 192-3, 195, 198, 200, 203, 206-7) Photograph, 189-?, of another impression, Acc. D 2-41 Spendlove pp. 41-2 & pl. 59 The steamer 'Waterloo' shown at left is probably invented (see Heyl V:285). JRR(1912)372

Publisher

Willett and Blanford, London

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Aquatint, etching and water colour on wove paper

Extent

297 x 552; 349 x 603; 407 x 647 mm

Provenance

Gift of J. Ross Robertson

Contributor

|Gray, James, British, fl. 1828,

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Call Number / Accession Number

JRR 192 Cab III