Corbould, E.H. (adapted from a painting by).
London. George Baxter. 1858.
Baxter color print, 25 x 18 1/2 inches, Glued to thick board which has browning from earlier wood backing (not affecting picture), light foxing at upper right corner. Baxter stamp at lower right corner. This is No. 363 as illustrated in 'The Price guide to Baxter Prints' by A. Ball and M. Martin. "This print and No. 335 are the two largest prints produced by Baxter and this is one of his most popular productions." The printing process that Baxter patented (in 1835) involved color printing from wood blocks. "From 1843 onwards, till the time he discontinued business in approximately 1860, Baxter produced mainly reproductions of paintings for decorative purposes, and this is the period in which we find not only the finest subjects, but also his finest work." Item #31174