[London: R. Bowyer, c.1825.]
Etching and hand-coloured aquatint; late issue, the plate unsigned and lacking publisher's imprint. 310 x 385mm, 12¼ x 15¼". Offered with corresponding text leaf. Lacking upper margin. A little stained, but generally good.
A view of the 'celebrated ruin' of Tintern Abbey, Wales, a highlight of the Wye valley which became a popular tourist destination in the late eighteenth century. From 'The romantic and picturesque scenery of England and Wales' after Philip James de Loutherbourg (1740 - 1812), first published 1805.
See Abbey Scenery 9, 12. National Art Library (V&A Museum); General Collection 51.E.44.
[Ref: 25810] £90.00