Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1792 – 1864) was an artist. He became interested in architecture as his father was an architectural draughtsman. Thomas painted architecture in London, Edinburgh, Bath and Bristol. He had great attention to detail and often bought scenes to life by including people, carriages and horses. Much of his work is in the British Museum. His paintings were the basis for steel engravings in many publications. Here are some of his engravings for you to choose from. They are genuine antique prints, made in 1827.