Lettering below the image area. / London Published July 18. 50, Warren Street, Fitzroy Square. Size: whole sheet - 59.5cm x 44.3cm / plate area 49.8cm x 35cm.
Light overall creasing, heavier to bottom right corner and top edge. Short closed tear to blank margin on right side (outisde of plate mark, image unaffected). Please ask if you require a more detailed condition report, or view gallery images. He was Squire of the hamlet of Brightling, in Sussex, and a politician who sat in the House of Commons between 1780 and 1812. He was a builder of follies, philanthropist, patron of the arts and sciences, and slave owner and a supporter of slavery.
He was sponsor and mentor to Michael Faraday. The mezzotint shows Fuller in three-quarter length, wearing a dark tailcoat over waistcoat, white neckerchief, frill, glove on left hand, boots, and seal on a fob. He is a glove in his right hand while his left elbow rests on a table, next to a letter with lettering J Fuller Esqr. June 10 1806", and a book lettered "Blackston Com Vol 1. With column and curtain behind, and a landscape in the background on the left side.Gallery images are of the actual item and show general condition. Additional images, and condition or item details, can be provided on request, typically within 24 hours or less. We pack solidly, and have much experience despatching items quickly all over the world with trusted and trackable carriers. All items are vintage and genuine. Regards, Kernoozers [member of the trusted PBFA organisation since 2005]. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".
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