View of Blackfriars Bridge and St. Paul’s from the Patent Shot Manufactory on the South Side of the River

Thomas Sutherland (1785 - 1838)
Daniel Turner

Coloured aquatint

published 1 September 1803
  • About the artist
    Painter and etcher Daniel Turner exhibited seven works at the Free Society (1782-83). His address was then Snow Hill in the City and he may have been related to William Turner of that address, a carver, gilder, and print seller who went bankrupt in 1789. Daniel moved to 24 Millbank Street, Westminster, before first exhibiting at the Royal Academy, where he showed ten works, mainly London views (1796-1801). Colourist James Turner was operating from the same address (1786-1806). In December 1806 Daniel was arrested after he drunkenly toasted Napoleon and his armies at the Lemon Tree tavern, Haymarket. The case was later dismissed. By the time colourist Charles Turner of Millbank Street was declared bankrupt in 1811 Daniel had presumably died.
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  • Details
    Title
    View of Blackfriars Bridge and St. Paul’s from the Patent Shot Manufactory on the South Side of the River
    Date
    published 1 September 1803
    Medium
    Coloured aquatint
    Acquisition
    Purchased from Sotheby's, 28 June 1950
    Provenance
    Sold through Sotheby's, London, ‘Old Master and Modern Engraving and Etchings’ sale, on 28 June 1950 (Lot 351; with GAC 1135); from which sale purchased by Richard Walker on behalf of the Ministry of Works
    GAC number
    1134