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was an engraver of German origin. He settled in London in the 1780s
and, since he specialized in aquatint engraving, became responsible for
the successful production of many ambitious topographical works.
worked closely with Joseph Farington, who made the drawings for An History of the River Thames by William Combe, published by John Boydell. For Robert Bowyer he worked on Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg’s Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain (1801) and on many publications for Rudolph Ackermann, including Views of London (1812–22) and Public Schools (1816). He was still active in 1822 when he engraved the 18 plates for Thomas Rowlandson’s Sketches from Nature.
Stadler is represented in the following collections: Fine Arts
Museums of San Francisco; Harvard University Art Museums, Massachusetts,
Université de Liège Collections, France, amongst others.
Sphinx Fine Art
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