David Lucas after John Constable

View of Hampstead Heath. Child’s Hill, Harrow in the distance, 1830
London, Tate Gallery, inv./ T06757
Object information
Object category
paper, mezzotint
rectangle (landscape format) 140 x 180 mm
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1830 (1830)
David Lucas, 1830, in mezzotint, for Bohn’s Various Subjects of Landscape, Characteristic of English Scenery
Created in
London (England)
Print/illustration included in
H.G. Bohn, English Landscape Scenery. A Series of forty mezzotinto engravings on steel, by David Lucas. From Pictures Painted by John Constable, R.A., 1855
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Creation date: 2018-03-19; Last modified date: 2020-09-21


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