Lady Arabella Ward (née Crosbie) (1757-1813)

  • About the work

    The original painting on which the print is based is now in the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

  • About the artist
    Henry Scott Bridgewater was a mezzotint engraver of portraits and sentimental subjects. His engravings were made after 18th- and early 19th-century works by British artists, as well as works by contemporary artists.
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    Ward, Lady Arabella (née Crosbie)
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    Materials & Techniques
    chine collé, mezzotint
  • Details
    Title
    Lady Arabella Ward (née Crosbie) (1757-1813)
    Date
    published 1904
    Medium
    Mezzotint with chine collé
    Dimensions
    height: 78.80 cm, width: 56.30 cm
    Acquisition
    Origin uncertain
    Inscription
    below image [left] intaglio stamp FNY surrounded by PRINTSELLERS ASSOCIATION [right, in pencil] H. Scott Bridgewater; [centre] 'Lady Arabella Ward'/ (Mezzotint Engraving) / after / George Romney
    GAC number
    18482