ings, and from Canaletti some prospects of Venice, whither he accompanied Amiconi, intending to keep a print-shop there.
did a print of Mr. Pope, and a large head of Admiral Blake, with ships under it.
was son of Lewis Laguerre, a painter of history, by whom he was educated to the same profession, and had a genius for it ; but neglecting to cultivate it, he took to the stage, in which walk he had merit, as he had success in painting scenes for the theatre in Covent-garden, to which he belonged. He engraved a print of Falstaffe, Pistol and Doll Tearsbeet with other theatric characters, alluding to a quarrel between the player and patentees, and a set of prints, of Hop in the Well, which sold considerably ; but he died in indifferent circumstances in March 1748. Lewis the father etched a print of Midas sitting in judgment between Pan and Apollo.
who died a few years ago, excelled in engraving architecture, and did many other things for books.
a young man who made great proficiency in graving landscapes, and other things ; particularly heads of Thomas Rowney, Thomas Shaw, D.D., W. Derham, D.D. and the plates for Borlase's Natural History of Cornwall, and many of the seats, was born at Hales Owen in Shropshire, and bred under Basire, an engraver of maps, father of the present engraver to the Antiquarian Society, Green was employed by the University of Oxford, and continued their almanacs ; but died immaturely three or four years ago. His brother is in the same business.