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 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.
'The Windings of the Thames below Culham'
Print by Joseph Farington and engraved by Joseph Stadler. Published in 1793 by J and J Boydell.
Image of the river winding through the fields with hills in the background and a tree to the right.