The North Parade At Bath
hover the cursor over image to pan/zoom, or click the image to view a larger version
click here to view a large version in a separate window
Thomas Malton "the younger", was an English painter of topographical and architectural views, and an engraver, who taught perspective to, among other pupils, J. M. W. Turner. In 1773 he had sent the Royal Academy a view of Covent Garden, and was afterwards a constant exhibitor, chiefly of views of London streets and buildings, drawn in Indian ink and tinted. His extreme accuracy in architectural details renders his work of great value as topographical records; they are typically enlivened with groups of figures in fashionable costume. The stonework and lamps are highly detailed and subtly shaded, with high contrast and sepia wash. Here he is assisted by J. Gandon.
mapmakers: T. Malton J. Gandon
place and date of publication: London 1779
medium and colour: aquatint, sepia printref: 41939
size in mm: 345 by 480mm (13.5 by 19 inches).
Price: £ 1200
return to English County Maps L-Y