The British Squadron Preparing to Pursue the Combined Squadrons of France and Spain, on the Afternoon of 12 July 1801
Coloured aquatint29 May 1802
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Joseph Constantine Stadler was a prolific German émigré engraver of images after his contemporaries. His engravings are wide-ranging in subject matter and include landscapes, seascapes and portraits, as well as military, sporting and decorative subjects. Stadler was employed by the leading print publisher of the time, John Boydell (1720-1804). On 23 March 1799 Stadler married Ann Elizabeth Sandman at St Anne’s Church, Soho, in London. He was living in Knightsbridge when he died at the age of 73.
- The British Squadron Preparing to Pursue the Combined Squadrons of France and Spain, on the Afternoon of 12 July 1801
- 29 May 1802
- Coloured aquatint
- Convent, Gibraltar (Governor's Residence) collection.
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