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Pollard, Robert 1786 Leonora Stipple Engraving - Sold
Robert Pollard, 1796 Leonora Stipple Engraving - Sold

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Pollard, Robert 1786 Leonora Stipple Engraving - Sold

This is a stipple engraving circa 1786 by Robert Pollard, based on the painting Leonora.

Robert Pollard was born in 1755. He became a pupil of Richard Wilson and then practiced as a landscape and marine painter. In 1781, he moved to London, working as an engraver for the printseller John Harris and established himself in a studio in Spa Fields, Islington, London. In 1788, Pollard was elected a fellow, and in the following year a director, of the Incorporated Society of Artists, which closed down in 1791. He was in business for many years in Islington and in 1810 he sold up, but later
ran a printselling business in Holloway Place, for which his son James supplied many designs. Pollard died on 23 May 1838.

The print is framed and glazed.

Engraver: Robert Pollard
Subject: Leonora
Date: Circa 1786
Dimensions of the framed print:
274mm x 282mm
Condition: The print has some age toning and the frame could do with some small repairs - see photographs for detailed condition.

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