Nathaniel (early 18th century-1779) was an engraver working in London during the first part of the eighteenth century, and produced a set of Views of England. Chiefly he collaborated with his brother Samuel (1696-1779), who was a painter and important engraver in London, mainly on views of ruined churches, country mansions and towns in England and Wales.
Engravers; Samuel a painter & engraver
works and access
Works include: South Eastern Prospect of St Michael's Mount (1739); South East prospect of St Michael's Mount, Cornwall;
Various Cornish castles (dated 1734, black and white engravings), including Fowey; Trematon; Pengersick; Tintagel; Launceston; Restormel; Lostwithiel Palace and St Germans Priory
Access to work: Whitworth Art Galllery, Manchester - engravings of St Michael's Mount (1734) and Restormel Castle, Cornwall (1734)