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.
Engraving by JW Parker, W Shoubridge and WB Cooke, 1838.
Framed print of the river Cam, in Cambridgeshire. The image shows the river flowing through the landscape, with a paddle and rymer weir, and several houses on the river banks. There are also people working in the fields in the foreground.
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.
"Shiplake Lock and Paper Mill"
A print in black and white of a mill and lock with some ducks on the water and a stately home in the hill in the distance.
Print drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by W B Cooke. Published on the 1st of December 1810 by Vernor Hood & Sharpe, Poultry and W Cooke, 12 York Place, Pentonville.
A framed engraving of Fawley Court drawn by Samuel Owen and engraved by W Cooke. Published in London Feb 1st 1810 by Vernor Hood and Sharpe, Poultry & W Cooke, 2 Clarence Place, Pentonville.
A view of the river with fishermen in a boat and a pair of swans with the house of Fawley Court in the distance amongst trees.
Black and white engraving of 'Radcot Weir'
Depicting Radcot weir in the middle of the picture with a cottage to the left and an old lady carrying a basket on a bank to the right. A man can be seen standing on the weir. The Thames is flowing under the weir.
Drawn by S Owen, engraved by W Cooke and published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe & W Cooke (on Feb 1, 1811)
Depicting Radcot wier in the middle of the picture with a cottage to the left and an old lady carrying a basket on a bank to the right. A man can be seen standing on the wier. The Thames can be seen flowing inder the wier.