[William Bromley, engraver.] Signed ('W Bromley A.E. | Member of the Roman Academy of St Luke') Autograph note to Henry Howard, Secretary of the Royal Academy, giving the titles of two works for the 1833 Ancient Academy exhibition.

William Bromley (1769-1842), English engraver, from 1819 an Associate Engraver of the Royal Academy
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21 Shaftesbury Terrace, Pimlico [London]. No date [1833].
SKU: 14159

1p., small 4to. In fair condition, on aged and lightly-stained paper. Addressed on reverse to 'Henry Howard Esq R.A. Secy | Royal Academy | Somerset House'. There is no message to Howard, the text only consisting of Bromley's titles: 'No 1 | Head of Juno, Antique, in possession of G Bankes Esqr. Engraved for the Dilettante Society - | No 2 | A Caryatides, being one of the Elgin Marbles | Engraved for the Trustees of the British Museum -'. The two engravings were nos. 945 and 946 in the Royal Academy's 'Ancient Academy' of 1833 (see Literary Gazette, 15 June 1833).