- Also known as
primary name: Walker, John
- individual; printmaker; publisher/printer; British; Male
- Other dates
- 1776-1802 (fl.)
- 13, Parliament Street (1776-8)
No.28, Haymarket (1780)
148, Strand (1778, 1784?)
16, Rosomans Street, Clerkenwell (1795, 1801-1802)
- Engraver, publisher of the 'The Copper-Plate Magazine, or, Monthly Cabinet of Picturesque Prints' (London, 1792-1802), being a set of topographical views; son of William Walker, with whom he frequently collaborated (q.v.).
Also published 'Facsimile of Painters Etchings', London
Trade card in Banks Collection (D,2.1309) advertises "John Walker, Carver, Gilder, & Printseller, No.28, Hay Market (N.B. from Parliament Street) makes all sorts of Glass & Picture Frames, Girandoles, &c. Sells Crayons, Water Colours, all kinds of Chalk, Pencils, &c. for Drawing. N.B. Boxes of Colours ready prepar'd."
- Oxford DNB, under Anthony Walker