William Walker

Born: 1729
Died: 1793
Biography
Engraver. Brother of etcher and engraver Anthony Walker; father of engraver John Walker.
 
Works of Art: 14
Books: 2
Archives: 0
Works associated with

A Perspective View of the...   
A Perspective View of the...
1 January 1779
Paul Sandby
  

Newstead, in Nottinghamshire, the Seat...   
Newstead, in Nottinghamshire, the Seat...
1 November 1780
Paul Sandby
  

Dawson Grove, the Seat of...   
Dawson Grove, the Seat of...
1April 1780
Paul Sandby
  

View of the Rock House...   
View of the Rock House...
1April 1780
Paul Sandby
  

View of St George's Chapel...   
View of St George's Chapel...
1 January 1780
Paul Sandby
  

A View of Snowdon in...   
A View of Snowdon in...
1 February 1779
Paul Sandby
  
 

Harlech Castle, Merioneth-shire   
Harlech Castle, Merioneth-shire
1 January 1779
Paul Sandby
  

Chepstow Castle, Monmouthshire   
Chepstow Castle, Monmouthshire
1 December 1778
Paul Sandby
  

View of Ben Lomond near...   
View of Ben Lomond near...
1 October 1778
Paul Sandby
  

Obelisk in memory of the...   
Obelisk in memory of the...
1 July 1778
Paul Sandby
  

Dromana, the seat of Lord...   
Dromana, the seat of Lord...
1 June 1778
Paul Sandby
  

View of Craig Toraphen and...   
View of Craig Toraphen and...
1 April 1778
Paul Sandby
  
 

A View down the River...   
A View down the River...
2 February 1778
Paul Sandby
  

North East View of Pembroke   
North East View of Pembroke
1 September 1778
Paul Sandby
  

A Set Of Prints Engraved after the most capital Paintings In the Collection of Her Imperial Majesty, The Empress of Russia Lately in the Possession of the Earl Of Orford At Houghton in Norfolk; With Plans, Elevations, Sections, Chimney Pieces & Ceilings. Vol: I (II)   - London [1788]   
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Richardson, George   Iconology; Or, A Collection Of Emblematical Figures; Containing Four Hundred And Twenty-four Remarkable Subjects, Moral And Instructive; In Which Are Displayed The Beauty Of Virtue And Deformity Of Vice. The Figures Are Engraved By The Most Capital Artists, From Original Designs; With Explanations From Classical Authorities. By George Richardson , Architect. In Two Volumes. Volume First. - London: [1779]   
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