For Charles Heath's 'Picturesque Views in England and Wales', the most ambitious and far-ranging of the many illustrative projects on which he embarked in the 1820s-30s.

The scheme met with poor response from the public and ended in Heath's bankcruptcy.


Unsold stock and plates auctioned; Turner; Thomas Griffith; B.G. Windus; John Ruskin; Arthur Severn before 1878; Christie's, 1901; Tooth; Barnet Lewis; Christie's, 1930; Agnew; Vice-Admiral Sir William Agnew.

Back to top