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The South-East View of Tiverton Castle in the County of Devon by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck

 
Tiverton Castle engraving by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck

Drawn and engraved by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck 1734.

'This was the Castle of the Barony of Richard de Riparrys given him by King Hen. I in which Family it continued till Male Tfsue failing, it came by ye female Heir, Isabella de Fortibus, to ye Courtneys & from them by Marriage to the Trelawneys.'


Condition: Good bold imprint, minor repairs to edge of margins.


Title: Tiverton Castle, Devon
Medium: Copperplate line engraving Image Size: 192 x 373mm, 7.5 x 13.75 "
Order No. 7248 Price: £75.00 Paper Size: 248 x 417mm, 9.75 x 16.25 "
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Biography:
Samuel and Nathaniel Buck were brothers who lived in England in the 18th century and were engravers and printmakers. Samuel did much work on his own but, when the brothers worked together.

Samuel Buck was born in Yorkshire in 1696. After publishing some prints in that county, he moved to London. With Nathaniel he embarked on making a number of series of prints of "antiquities", which consisted of ruined castles and former religious buildings in England and Wales. Starting in 1724, they travelled around the countries, completing the sets of prints for the regions of England by 1738 and producing those for Wales between 1739 and 1742. These are commonly known as Buck's Antiquities.

They also worked on a series of townscapes in England and Wales entitled Cities, Sea-ports and Capital Towns.[1] Engraving of 1737 by Buck Brothers, showing Bodiam Castle in Sussex from the northeast Nathaniel was the first to die, sometime between 1759 and 1774. Samuel's later years were spent in poverty. He died on 17 August 1779 in London and was buried in the churchyard of St. Clement Danes

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Original 18th century engraving of Tiverton Castle Devon by Samuel and Nathaniel Buck.

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