Edward Francis Finden
Edward Francis Finden (1791–1857) was an English engraver.
Finden executed some separate works, among early ones being a set of etchings for Richard Duppa's Miscellaneous Opinions and Observations on the Continent (1825) and Illustrations of the Vaudois in a Series of Views (1831). He was also a large contributor of illustrations to the annuals, books of beauty, poetry, and other sentimental works then in vogue.
The separate engravings he executed included: The Harvest Waggon, after Thomas Gainsborough; As Happy as a King' after William Collins; Captain Macheath in Prison, after Gilbert Stuart Newton; The Little Gleaner after Sir William Beechey; The Princess Victoria, after Richard Westall and Othello telling his Exploits to Brabantio and Desdemona, after Douglas Cowper. He died at St. John's Wood, aged 65, on 9 February 1857.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Edward Francis Finden.|
|This article about an engraver, etcher or printmaker from the United Kingdom is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|