Nicholas Revett, reproduction of a portrait in oils, from his Antiquities of Athens.
Nicholas Revett (1720–1804) was a Suffolk gentleman, an amateur architect.
He is best known for his work with James "Athenian" Stuart documenting the ruins of ancient Athens. Its illustrations compose 5 folio volumes and include 368 etched and engraved plates, plans and maps drawn at scale. They were the first of their kind in studies of ancient Greece.