Edward Francis Finden (1791–1857) was a British 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 also did engravings for landscape painter James Duffield Harding (1798–1863) including "Mount Edgcumbe".
- Dictionary of National Biography. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1885–1900. .
- Engraving of the painting Love's Motto. by Richard Westall with a poetical illustration by Letitia Elizabeth Landon in Forget Me Not annual for 1827.
- Engraving of the painting The Stag. by Robert Hills with a poetical illustration by Letitia Elizabeth Landon in Forget Me Not annual for 1827.
- Engraving of Dover., a painting by Samuel Owen for the Forget Me Not annual for 1827, with a poem The Cliff's of Dover by Felicia Hemans.
- Engraving of Fading Flowers., a painting by John Masey Wright, in the Friendship's Offering annual for 1827, with a poem by Felicia Hemans.
- Engraving of a painting by James Stephanoff, The Bridal Morning. for the Forget Me Not annual for 1828, with illustrative verse by Letitia Elizabeth Landon
- An engraving of a painting by William Etty, Guardian Angels. with the poem The Angel's Call, by Felicia Hemans, for The Amulet annual for 1829.
- An engraving by of the painting by William Boxall, The Maiden Astrologer. with illustrative verse by Letitia Elizabeth Landon in The Literary Souvenir annual for 1831.
- An engraving of The Festival., a painting by William Purser for the Friendship’s Offering annual, 1836, with a poetical illustration by Letitia Elizabeth Landon.
- Engraving of Arabia., by Fanny Corbaux for Findens’ Tableaux, 1837, with a poetical illustration (Arabia. The Arab Maid) by Letitia Elizabeth Landon
- An Engraving in Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap Book, 1834, of an illustration for Letitia Elizabeth Landon's poem The Zenana.:
- Mosque of Mustapha Khan, Beejapore painted by William Purser.
- Engravings for Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap Books of pictures with poetical illustrations by Letitia Elizabeth Landon:
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