Joseph Skelton (1783 - 1871)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Engraver, especially of antiquarian and topographic subjects. Active in Britain and France. Brother of engraver William Skelton.
Londina Illustrata. Graphic And Historic Memorials Of Monasteries, Churches, Chapels, Schools, Charitable Foundations, Palaces, Halls, Courts, Processions, Places Of Early Amusement And Modern & Present Theatres, In the Cities and Suburbs of London & Westminster. - London,
Architectura Ecclesiastica Londini; Or Graphical Survey Of The Cathedral, Collegiate And Parochial Churches, In London, Southwark, And Westminster, With The Adjoining Parishes; Containing Also An Historical Account Of Their Earliest Foundations, And Other Memorabilia, Taken From The Most Authentic Records, With Descriptional Remarks On Each Structure. Prefaced By Considerations On The Rise and Progress of Early English Architecture, By Charles Clarke, Esq. F.S.A. The Whole Illustrative Of The Ecclesiastical Architecture Of The Metropolis At This Period, And Of The Various Topographical And Historical Accounts, Consisting Of One Hundred And Twenty-Two Plates, From Original Drawings By John Coney, George Shepherd, &c. - London:: 1820.
[Sri Sarva Deva Sabha] The Hindu Pantheon. By Edward Moor, F.R.S. Member Of The Asiatic Society Of Calcutta, And Of The Literary Society Of Bombay. - London :: 1810.
Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick
Engraved illustrations of antient arms and armour, from the collection of Llewelyn Meyrick, Esq. LL.B. and F.S.A. at Goodrich Court, Herefordshire; after the drawings and with the descriptions of Dr. Meyrick, by Joseph Skelton, F.S.A. author of The Antiquities of Oxfordshire, &c. Vol. I [II]. - London: