John Thomas Smith

Artwork

Conversation Outside the English Country Cottage, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Conversation Outside the English Country Cottage, 1793

Etching

2.50 x 5.13 in

$1,250.00

Florest Glen, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Florest Glen, 1793

Etching, initialed in plate

3.63 x 3.50 in

$1,250.00

Near Tottenham Midd., 1793
John Thomas Smith

Near Tottenham Midd., 1793

Etching, signed "Drawn & Etch'd by J. T. Smith, Engraver of the Antiquities of of London & Environs"

2.25 x 3.50 in

$1,250.00

Country Inn by the Pond, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Country Inn by the Pond, 1793

Etching

3 x 5.25 in

$1,250.00

Near Edinonton Midd. Antiquities of London & its Environs, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Near Edinonton Midd. Antiquities of London & its Environs, 1793

Etching

2.25 x 3.50 in

$1,250.00

Trees at the Edge of a Pond, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Trees at the Edge of a Pond, 1793

Etching

3 x 3.50 in

$1,675.00

English Country Fisherman by the Cottage, 1793
John Thomas Smith

English Country Fisherman by the Cottage, 1793

Etching

3 x 5.25 in

$1,250.00

Near Mill Hill, Gravesend, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Near Mill Hill, Gravesend, 1793

Original etching

5.25 x 6.75 in

$1,600.00

Figure by the Cottage in Forest, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Figure by the Cottage in Forest, 1793

Etching

3 x 5.25 in

$1,200.00

Near Mrs. Teshmakers, Edmonton, 1793
John Thomas Smith

Near Mrs. Teshmakers, Edmonton, 1793

Original etching, signed w/initials

5.25 x 6.50 in

$1,500.00

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John Thomas Smith
John Thomas Smith (1766-1833) was a painter, engraver and antiquarian, born in London, and the son of a sculptor. His father worked under sculptor Daniel Nollekens, where Smith first received his artistic training, but left to study drawing with John Keyse Sherwin and at the Royal Academy. Smith published books of engravings and worked as a drawing master in Edmonton. In 1807 he published Antiquities of Westminster which has been described as his major work. Between 1810 and 1815, Smith created drawings and engravings of notable beggars in London and published The Streets of London: Anecdotes of Their More Celebrated Residents. Smith was offered the position of Keeper of the Prints department of the British Museum in September 1816 which, still allowed Smith to sketch and draw until his death. Source: Wikipedia
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