Glass painting for windows, as armes, sundyals, history, landskript, &c. [trade card] : done by Henry Gyles of the City of York.

Title: 
Glass painting for windows, as armes, sundyals, history, landskript, &c. [trade card] : done by Henry Gyles of the City of York.

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Description: 
1 aquatint : ink on paper ; 25 x 15 cm and 18 x 14 cm
paper ink engraving single sided
Format of Material: 
Prints & Drawings
Bib ID: 
145208
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Art Box Storage
Call Number: 
Print Collection, Print box A-1, Print no. 277 and 278
Variant Title: 
Glass painting for windows, as arms, sundials, history, landscript
Notes: 
Prints are hinged on mats along upper edge; dimensions including mat are 36 x 28 cm.
Print features engraved portrait of Henry Gyles, an English glass painter based in York. Title appears below as does publisher information. Francis Place originally engraved the portrait of Gyles, possibly as a trade card, with mezzotint print method; the original was later copied by W. Richardson.
This print is located in Print Box A-1, print no. 277 and 278.
Plate markings visible on c. 1. Some staining on this copy as well.
"53" penciled in on lower left corner of verso of c. 1.
"Trades" penciled in on lower left corner of verso of c. 2.