Luke Clennell (1781 - 1840)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Artist and wood-engraver, in Britain.
A wagon descending a hill, ca. 1810?
Pencil on cream wove paper
Portrait of a man in profile, [1816 or 1817]
Cream wove whatman paper
Portrait of Sir James Shaw for 'Banquet of the Allied Sovereigns in the Guildhall, [1816 or 17]
Pencil and watercolour on cream wove paper
An Antiquarian and Picturesque Tour Round The Southern Coast Of England, Illustrated With Eighty-Four Plates, From Drawings By J.M.W. Turner, R.A., W. Collins, R.A., William Westall, R.A., S. Prout, P. Dewint, And Others. Engraved By George Cooke, E. Goodall, R. Wallis, Edward Finden, W. Miller, J.C. Allen, And W.B. Cooke. - London:: 
The Pleasures of Memory, with other poems / By Samuel Rogers, Esq. - London: 1810
Thomas Bewick and his pupils - London: 1884
L Clennell, 33 Penton Place, London [to Thomas Ranson], Artist, at Mr Lamberts Engraver, Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland
21 Jul 1816
Anderdon's notes on 1812 exhibits #204 to #235
[copy in the hand of Anderdon] Benjamin West, to [Charles] Warren