Two tondi by a friend of Garrick
By GREEN, V[alentine] and JUKES, F[rancis] after MARLOW, W[illiam], 1777
 View Near Westminster Bridge From a Picture in the Possession of David Garrick Esq.;  View Near Blackfriers Bridge From a Picture in the Possession of David Garrick Esq.
- Author: GREEN, V[alentine] and JUKES, F[rancis] after MARLOW, W[illiam]
- Publication place: [London]
- Publisher: Published by J. Boydell, Cheapside
- Publication date: Feb 20, 1777.
- Physical description: Pair of engravings with aquatint, printed in serpia.
- Dimensions: Image: [1 & 2] 380 by 493mm (15 by 19.5 inches). Sheet:  500 by 635mm (19.5 by 25 inches).  495 by 640mm (19.5 by 25.25 inches).
- Inventory reference: 12370
David Garrick (1717–1779) was an English actor and playwright: the most famous thespian of his time, instrumental in transforming the theatre in England into a more respectable pastime and profession, and a noted connoisseur. Garrick was not only a collector of maritime art, but was also concerned with river life itself. He was nominated to a commission to build a new bridge at Richmond in 1773 and briefly took out a mortgage on Fresh Wharf near London Bridge, before the debtor ran away to the far east.