By HAVELL, D[aniel] after HASELER, H[enry], 1815
A View of London, from near the Adelphi.
- Author: HAVELL, D[aniel] after HASELER, H[enry]
- Publication place: London
- Publisher: Pubd. by T. Clay, Ludgate Hill
- Publication date: March 13, 1815.
- Physical description: Aquatint with original hand colour.
- Dimensions: Image: 385 by 594mm (15.25 by 23.5 inches). Sheet: 525 by 755mm (20.75 by 29.75 inches).
- Inventory reference: 12329
“The Princess, fond of raw-boned faces,
May give you all our posts and places;
Take all to gratify your pride
But dip your oatmeal in the Clyde” (Graham).
Daniel Havell (1785–1822) was an English topographical engraver, whose works fuelled the booming demand for aquatint views during the reign of George III. Henry Haseler (fl.1814–25) was an English artist and engraver.
- BL Maps K.Top.21.57.4
- Roderick Graham, Arbiter of Elegance: A Biography of Robert Adam (Edinburgh: Birlinn, 2009), p.264.