Caroline Watson & Female Printmaking in Late Georgian EnglandRegular price £10.00 Save £-10.00
Alexander David, Caroline Watson & Female Printmaking in Late Georgian England
Caroline Watson (1760-1814) is known as the first English woman to forge a career as an independant printmaker. She enjoyed the patronage of several wealthy families, and in 1785 was appointed 'Engraver to the Queen' by Queen Charlotte. This book explores her life and work.
- Softback catalogue
- 126 pages
- 210 x 279 mm
- ISBN: 9780957443464