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Thomas Hosmer Shepherd



Thomas Hosmer Shepherd[1] (1792 – 1864) was a watercolor artist well known for his architectural works. Brother of topographical artist George "Sidney" Shepherd,[2] Thomas was employed to illustrate architecture in London, and later Edinburgh, Bath and Bristol. His paintings were the basis for steel engravings in many books (see bibliography).

Shepherd's work, mostly topographical, is characterized by an attention to detail, along with lifelike scenes that contained people, carriages and horses. His first acclaim came with Metropolitan improvements, a publication of modern London architecture commissioned by Jones & Co. He worked mostly for Frederick Crace, who employed him to paint old London buildings prior to their demolition, with much of the work surviving in the Crace collection at the British Museum

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  • T. H. Shepherd & James Elmes. Metropolitan improvements: London in the nineteenth century (London: Jones & Co. 1827).
  • John Britton & T. H. Shepherd. Moder Athens displayed in a series of views or Edinburgh in the 19th century (Jones & Co., 1829).
  • T. H. Shepherd & James Elmes. London and its Environs in the Nineteenth Century (London: Jones & Co. 1831).
  • John Britton & T. H. Shepherd. Bath and Bristol, with the counties of Somerset and Gloucester, displayed in a series of views, including the modern improvements, pricturesque scenery, antiquities, etc. (London, W. Evans, 1831?).
  • T H Shepherd. London Interiors (London: D. Omer Smith, 1841?)

External links

  • T H Shepherd on Artnet
  • Paintings by T H Shepherd (Bridgeman Art Library)
  • Views by T H Shepherd (Chris Beetles)
  • National Maritime Museum, London)
  • London Views - Thomas H. Shepherd (antiquemapsandprints.com)
  • View of the Bank of England (1816 aquatint)
  • London Docks, looking west (1831 engraving)

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