- Also known as
primary name: Pond, Arthur
- individual; painter/draughtsman; printmaker; publisher/printer; collector; British; Male
- Life dates
- Painter, publisher, dealer, restorer, printmaker and collector, especially of Rembrandt's etchings. To Rome 1725-1727. Joined Knapton in print publishing in the 1730s. Restored wall paintings for the trustees of the new British Museum at Montagu House in the years immediately before his death in 1758.
Most of his plates were acquired by Boydell, who re-issued them in 1774.
- H.M.Hake, PCQ IX 1922, pp.325ff, 'Pond & Knapton's Imitations of Drawings'
Louise Lippincott, 'Selling art in Georgian London, the rise of Arthur Pond', Yale University Press 1983.
Louise Lippincott, edition of Pond's account ledger 1734-50, Walpole Society LIV 1988
Antony Griffiths, PQ IX 1992, pp.281-4. Two letters on the print trade between London and Paris in the XVIIIc.'
Auction of collection of drawings, Langford, 25 April 1759 (photocopy of Plymouth copy in P&D library, Be.2.57, priced and named)
N. Stogdon, 'A descriptive catalogue of the etchings by Rembrandt in a private collection, Switzerland', s.l., 2011, pp.367-369.