Leicester Square

By PARR, [Natheniel] after MAURER, J[ohn], 1753 
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Leicester Square This Perspective View of the South West Prospect is most Humbly Inscrib’d to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, by his most Obedient humble Servant to command John Brindley.

British Isles
  • Author: PARR, [Natheniel] after MAURER, J[ohn]
  • Publication place: London
  • Publisher: John Brindley
  • Publication date: 1753.
  • Physical description: Engraved and etched print.
  • Dimensions: Image: 270 by 500mm. (10.75 by 19.75 inches). Sheet: 350 by 530mm (13.75 by 20.75 inches).
  • Inventory reference: 12424

Notes

A view of Leicester Square, with an equestrian statue of George I in the centre. The print is dedicated to the Prince of Wales.

Natheniel Parr (fl.1723–1751) was a British engraver active in London.

ohn Maurer (fl.1713–1761) was a British artist active in London. Surviving works include views of London, and his own engraving of a view of Covent Garden.