Six points de Veue d'edifices publics et remarquables de la Ville de Dublin.
Published by Laurie & Whittle, No.53 Fleet Street London. [n.d., c.1750.]
Hand coloured engraving. Platemark: 245 x 400mm (9¾ x 15¾"). Very large margins.
A view of the city of Dublin, after Joseph Tudor (1695 - 1759), one of the most ambitious and highly regarded Irish painters of his generation. In the foreground, a man in a tricorn hat who is pointing to the right, a woman wearing a particularly broad dress, and a young girl in a bonnet, stand on Magazine Hill, overlooking the city in the distance. Cattle and other figures can be seen on the banks of the River Liffey in the centre, with the spires of Christ Church Cathedral and St Patrick's Cathedral, as well as many other prominent buildings, in the background.
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