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J.C. Stadler (fl.1780-1812) after Rosenberg - c.1812 Aquatint, George the Third



An aquatint with hand colouring depicting King George III at the age of seventy-four and in the fifty-second year of his reign by Joseph Constantine Stadler (fl.1780-1812) after Charles Rosenberg (1745-1844). Presented glazed in a black wooden frame with a gilt-effect inner edge. Inscribed with the title and names of both artists in plate. There are two identical impressions in the collection of the National Portrait Gallery, dated 1812. On wove.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration and mild foxing. There are some marks to the glazing and minor scuffs to the frame.


28.2 x 18.2cm (11.1" x 7.2")
Framed Size: 40.3 x 30cm (15.9" x 11.8")

Artist Biography

Joseph Constantine Stadler (fl.1780-1812) was a British painter and aquatint engraver of German origin. He was active in London. He engraved Joseph Farington's drawings for 'History of the River Thames' by William Combe (1794-1796), Robert Bowyer's for Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg's 'Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain' (1801), and worked on many publications for Rudolph Ackermann, including 'Views of London' (1812-22) and 'Public Schools' (1816). In 1787, he exhibited four landscapes at the Royal Academy in London, and in 1822 he engraved the 18 plates for Thomas Rowlandson's 'Sketches from Nature' (1822).

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Code qo033
Artist Joseph Constantine Stadler (fl.1780-1812) after Charles Rosenberg (1745-1844)
Date c.1812
Dimensions 28.2 x 18.2cm
Medium Aquatint
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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