A PERSPECTIVE VIEW OF THE REVOLVING TEMPLE OF CONCORD : Invented by SIR WILLIAM CONGREVE, Bart And Erected in the GREEN PARK for the Display of A GRAND FIREWORK, In Celebration of the Glorious Peace of 1814.The Design & Decorations made by MESSRS GREENWOOD & LATILLA of the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, The Allegorical Transparencies Designed by Mr Howard, R.A. and Painted by him, Messrs Smirke, Stothard, Woodforde, Dawe, Hilton and Genta. Sculptor Mr Chenu. The Machinery by Messrs Maudslay & Co and Mr Drory. / J. Pain delin. ; Aquatinted by I. Jeakes ; R.W. Smart sculp.
Smart, R. W., printmaker.
Publication details
[London] : [Pub July 27 1814 by T. Greenwood 9, Featherstone Buildings, Holborn & G. Latilla 70, Charlotte Street, Fitzroy Square], [July 27 1814]
Physical details
1 print : etching and aquatint with hand-colouring ; sheet 32.5 x 40.7 cm
An elaborate temple decorated with flags, paintings and fountains; parkland in the distance.
London (England)
Additional information
Publishing information taken from print from the same plate in the British Museum 1880,1113.2370.
Other persons
Paine, James, 1745-1829, artist.
Maps K.Top.26.7.cc.