Hubert Francois Gravelot (1699 - 1773)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Engraver, illustrator. Originally H.-F. Bourgignon, he took the name ‘Gravelot’ as a young man, possibly from his god-father. Trained in Paris; by 1733 was in London; in 1745 returned to Paris.
The Kit-Cat Club Done From the Original Paintings Of Sr. Godfrey Kneller By Mr. Faber. - [S.l.:: 1735.
The Tapestry Hangings Of The House Of Lords: Representing the several Engagements Between the English and Spanish Fleets, In the ever memorable Year MDLXXXVIII, With the Portraits of the Lord High-Admiral, and the other Noble Commanders, taken from the Life. To which are added, From a Book entitled, Expeditionis Hispanorum in Angliam vera Descriptio, A.D. 1588, done, as is supposed, for the said Tapestry to be worked after, Ten Charts of the Sea-Coasts of England, And a General One of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Holland, &c. Shewing the Places of Action between the two Fleets; Ornamented with Medals struck upon that Occasion, And other suitable Devices. Also an Historical Account of each Day's Action, Collected from the most Authentic Manuscripts and Writers. By John Pine, Engraver. - London,
Richard Pococke Bishop of`Meath
A Description Of The East, And Some other Countries. Volume the First. Observations on Egypt. By Richard Pococke, Ll.D. F.R.S. - London:: [1743-1745]
The Ceremonies And Religious Customs Of The Various Nations of the Known World: Together with Historical Annotations, And several Curious Discourses Equally Instructive and Entertaining. Vol. I. ... (-VII. ...) Written originally in French, and illustrated with a large Number of Folio Copper Plates, all beautifully Designed By Mr. Bernard Picart, And curiously Engraved by most of the Best Hands in Europe. Faithfully translated into English, by a Gentleman, some Time since of St. John's College in Oxford. - London:: [1733-1739]