Aquatint engraving by George Hunt after the Brighton artist Edward Fox. Published by C & R Sickelmore, Stationers, 26 King’s Road, Brighton. Published in Sickelmore’s Select Views of Brighton, c1827. Fox was a fine architectural and topographical draughtsman who moved from London to Brighton in 1813. He lived at 44 Market Street and taught drawing at 55 Ship Street. The pencil sketch by Fox for this print is in Brighton Museum. George Hunt, together with his brother Charles, was one of the finest 19th century London-based aquatint engravers.