An aquatint by Joseph Farington and published by J and J Boydell.
The aquatint shows Henley in the background, from the hillside above the Wargrave road. The river runs through the centre with fields and hills beyond. A rainbow is in the right backgound and two figures are sitting looking down on the town.
A watercolour painting, a copy of an original painting by Joseph Farington.
Showing the junction of the river Thames and Severn canal.
The image shows a bridge with a man riding a donkey over it. Behind the bridge is a round tower. The Severn canal flows under the bridge, to meet with the Thames in the background. On the reverse is an apparently unfinished painting of a maritime scene with man'o'war Henley over in pencil and grey wash- possibly by a different artist.
'A scene at Park Place including the Druids Temple.'
Print by Joseph Farington, engraved by J C Stadler and published by J and J Boydell in June 1st, 1793 at Shakespeare Galleries Pall Mall & No 90 Cheapside.
An engraving of Park Place near Henley, from the original image by Joseph Farington, published by Boydell & Boydell on 1st June, 1793
An engraving drawn by Joseph Farington, engraved by J C Stadler, and published on the 1st of June 1793 by J & J Boydell, Shakespear Gallery, Pall Mall and No 90, Cheapside, London.
A scene of three men watching water gushing from a stone structure with a hill behind them ontop of which is a flagpole.