John Stewart, Engraver and Lithographer, 33, Renfield Street.—
The scientific art of the picture engraver finds full exemplification in the old-established business conducted by Mr. John Stewart, which has been founded half a century. The present proprietor succeeded the late Mr. John Scott in 1868.
All the best stones and other appliances for high-class lithographic work are ready to hand, together with the best made tools. His productions are renowned throughout the trade for their superior finish and exquisitely life-like representations. The business is carried on with tact and energy. The trade is of an extensive nature, being well established among private customers, and the principal trade houses in the city.
Mr. Stewart is recognised as a practical craftsman of
conspicuous ability in his vocation, and highly respected for his prompt
completion of all work entrusted to him.