- Museum number
- Object: Drachenfels, from Bonn
River landscape, seen from the shore, with figures of a woman, children and dogs on the bank overgrown with shrubs in foreground at right, figures in rowing boats, sailing boats and a steam boat in the water, men transporting logs at left, hills in background, with ruins of castles at centre left and far right; after Hammersley; illustration to Hall's 'Royal Gallery of Art' (1854). 1854
Etching and engraving on chine collé
- Production date
Height: 324 millimetres (trimmed or cut)
Width: 445 millimetres (trimmed or cut)
- Curator's comments
- Also see 1872,1012.2369 published by Virtue.
According to the ODNB, the painting was commissioned by Prince Albert in about 1848, and Brandard engraved it for volume 4 of 'The Royal Gallery'.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Royal Gallery of Art
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- Prints and Drawings
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