Temple Bar

By AUDINET, P[hilip] after COOPER, B., 1797 
£450
£360

West View of Temple Bar Inscribed to the Memory of the late Aldn. Pickett to Aldn. Skinner & other promoters of the intended improvements.

British Isles
  • Author: AUDINET, P[hilip] after COOPER, B.
  • Publication place: London
  • Publisher: Published as the Act directs by B. Cooper, No.4 Earl Street, Chatham Square
  • Publication date: 1797.
  • Physical description: Engraving with aquatint.
  • Dimensions: Image: 320 by 248mm (12.5 by 9.75 inches). Sheet: 457 by 378mm (18 by 15 inches).
  • Inventory reference: 12369

Notes

A view of the entrance to the City of London, Temple Bar. The print is dedicated to Alderman William Pickett, a supporter of the freed slave Olaudah Equiano and later the Lord Mayor of London, who had put forward a plan for the removal of Temple Bar in 1789, in order to make the western entrance into the city easier.

Philip Audinet (1766–1837) was an English line engraver.