He was a pupil of Pether, and painted a few portraits, some of which, as also some portraits in crayons, were exhibited at the Royal Academy and at Spring Gardens until 1779. But his greatest success was gained as a mezzotint engraver. His plates are dated from 1770 to 1811, after which year there is no record of him.
He engraved in a clear, finished style several portraits and historical subjects, of which the following are the principal:
George, Lord Lyttelton.
After West. Jonas Hanway. After East. Edwards. Doctor Arne.
After West. Humphrey. Mission Horneck. After Sir Joshua Reynolds.
John Elliot; after North. Dance.
Mission Bamfylde. After West. Peters. James Brindley, engineer After Francis Parsons.
Mission Catley, in the character of Euphrosyne.
Christ and the Disciples at Emmaus. After Guercino. Four subjects from the Life of Joseph.
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