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    lithograph of regent street

    A Lithograph of Regent Street, London.

     
    There is the description "Regent street looking towards the quadrant" on the bottom left of the print.
     
    The bottom right reads: T. S. BOYS DEL EL LITHOC
     
    Thomas Shotter Boys was a well known English Watercolour painter and Lithographer in the 1800's, and was a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours. He lived and worked in Paris between 1825 and 1837. Boys set up as lithographer where there was much demand for British engravers and whilst there took up watercolour painting. In 1842 he produced a collection of 26 lithographs entitled "London, as it is" which was hugely popular, one of which is this print.
     
    Circa: 1842

    Materials:
    Wood, Glass, Paper
    Width (cm):
    63.5
    Height (cm):
    57
    Depth (cm):
    3.8
    Price: SOLD

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