William Wilson

Born: fl. 1792 - 1833
Printer, in London. Addresses: Ave Maria Lane; St Peter's Hill; Doctor's Commons; &c.
Works of Art: 0
Books: 6
Archives: 0
Willement, Thomas   Regal Heraldry. The Armorial Insignia Of The Kings And Queens of England, From Coeval Authorities. By Thomas Willement, F.S.A. - London 1821   
River Scenery, By Turner And Girtin, With Descriptions By Mrs. Hofland. Engraved by Eminent Engravers, from Drawings by J.M.W. Turner, R.A. And The Late Thomas Girtin.   - London. 1827.   
The Works Of William Hogarth, (Including The "Analysis Of Beauty,") Elucidated By Descriptions, Critical, Moral, And Historical; Founded on the most Approved Authorities. To Which Is Prefixed Some Account Of His Life. - By Thomas Clerk. - In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (II.) -   - London: 1821.   
Cooke, Edward William, R.A.   Views Of The Old And New London Bridges. Drawn And Etched By Edward William Cooke. With Scientific And Historical Notices Of The Two Bridges; Practical Observations On The Tides Of The River Thames; And A Concise Essay On Bridges, From The Earliest Period; &c. &c. Derived From Information, Contributed Exclusively For This Work, By George Rennie, Esq. F.R.S. F.A.S. &c. &c. [Epigraph] - London: 1833.   
Cumberland, George   Thoughts On Outline, Sculpture, And The System That Guided The Ancient Artists In Composing Their Figures And Groupes: Accompanied With Free Remarks On The Practice Of The Moderns, And Liberal Hints Cordially Intended For Their Advantage. To Which Are Annexed Twenty-Four Designs Of Clasical Subjects Invented On The Principles Recommended In The Essay By George Cumberland. - London. [1796]   
Cumberland, George   Some Anecdotes Of The Life Of Julio Bonasoni, A Bolognese Artist, Who Followed The Styles Of The Best Schools In The Sixteenth Century. Accompanied By A Catalogue Of The Engravings, With Their Measures, Of The Works Of That Tasteful Composer. And Remarks On The General Character Of His Rare And Exquisite Performances. To Which Is Prefixed, A Plan For The Improvement Of The Arts In England. By George Cumberland. - London [1793]