Northern Scenery, illustrative of a tour Through Sweden, Norway and Finmark. No. 1 Drawn on stone by J. D. Harding.
London: Rodwell & Martin, 1823. Folio. Publishers wrappers.
The plates were meant to illustrate the descriptions in Capell Brooke’s “A winter in Lapland and Sweden with various observations relating to Finmark”. The folio work was planned to be published in 12 parts, but the project stopped after the second part.
MOTIVES: Mälar Lake, near Tibble, Sweden – Crossing the Vermelen Lake, Sweden – The Miösen, Norway – Fall of the Moxa Elv, near Stav, Norway – Approach to the Dovrefield, Norway
LAID IN: Paper slip with the following text: “The Travels through SWEDEN, NORWAY and FINMARK, to the NORTH CAPE”, which the present Scenery is intended is intended to illustrate, is now published.
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One of the extremely rare titles within foreigners travels in Norway.
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