King George IV’s Public Entry into the City of Dublin on 17 August 1821

  • About the work
    Location
    Country: Ireland
    City: Dublin
    Place: British Embassy
  • About the artist
    Robert Havell senior, son of artist and publisher Daniel Havell, was born in Reading but moved to London as a child. After Robert launched his career, father and son collaborated on illustrations for Henry Salt’s ‘Twenty Four Views Taken in St. Helena’ (1809–10). However, the partnership was short-lived and Robert later established himself at premises in Fitzrovia. He married Lydia Miller Phillips and had a son, Robert junior. Robert junior and his father formed the firm of R. Havell & Son, working on numerous projects including ‘Birds of America’ for John James Audubon. The scale of this project led them to employ 50 additional staff and move to larger premises in Oxford Street. Robert senior died a year after the company expansion.

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    Title
    King George IV’s Public Entry into the City of Dublin on 17 August 1821
    Date
    published March 1823
    Medium
    Coloured aquatint
    Acquisition
    Presented by Ged Pierce, June 1995
    Provenance
    Ged Pierce
    GAC number
    16939