A Windy Day outside Bowles, the printseller, in St Paul's Churchyard
by Robert Dighton


Some effort may eventually be made here to build up information on the 18th century marine print scene. Apart from anything culled from the prints themselves, books used may include Timothy Clayton's The English Print 1688-1802, Yale 1997; James Taylor's comments on 18th Century Maritime Painters, Printmakers and Publishers in David Joel's book Charles Brooking, 2001; Ian Mackenzie's British Prints, and others too few to mention. Not much seems to be written about marine prints, a lesser genre. Progress will be extremely s-l-o-w.

Baston, Thomas1670?-1735?-
Bowles, Thomas1720-
Bowles, John 1731-
Bowles, Carrington1784-
Boydell, John1750 -
Bryer, Henryc1744-1778 -
Canot, P-C1745-
Dicey, C.1760-
Fourdrinier, Paul17---
van der Gucht, Gerard1729-
Harris, J.1720-
Houston, R.1755-
Kirkall, Elisha1680-1742-
Kip, J--
Laurie & Whittle1795 -
Lempriere- -
Major, Thomas1760 -
Overton, Henry I1717 -
Overton, Henry II1754-
Parr, Nathaniel1743-
Parr, Remigius/Remi1745Remigius should be Richard
Sartor, J.1720-
Sayer, Robert1753/54-
Sheppard, Robert1720-
Sympson, Joseph Jnr d 1736-
Wilson, James?--


Odds & Ends

F.Swaine Delin. Parr Sc.
London Printed for Robt Sayer at the Golden Buck opposite Fetter Lane Fleet Street --- & Heny Overton without Newgate.

6 x 10. P.Monamy Pinxt. No engraver's name. No 2
Printed for John Bowles at No 13 - in Cornhil & Carington Bowles in St Pauls Church Yard, London.

6½ x 10¼. Monamy Pinxt Wilson Sculp..
London Printed for Robt Sayer Map & Printseller opposite Fetter Lane Fleet Street.

Fresh Gale             Vent Frais
P.Monamy pinxt     Publish'd according to Act of Parliament 21 Febry. 1745-6     Canot sculp.
Printed for John Bowles (---) at the Black Horse in Cornhil

10½ x 15

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