George Edward Madeley (1798-1858), (1) pintor, gravador e litógrafo britânico, publicou em 1840 um pequeno livro/caderno intitulado “Six Views of Singapore and Macao, from Drawings made on the Spot in 1840” com 6 desenhos (litografados e depois  coloridos à mão) de Singapura (três desenhos) e Macau (três desenhos). (2)

Macau e o Forte do Monte
Vista de Macau, do Forte do Monte, perto da Igreja de S. Paulo

(1) George Edward Madeley (1798-1858), “British engraver, lithographer and printer was recognized for his portraits of prominent people, medical atlases, botanical works, wall charts and separate prints. He also created a series of lithographed satiric designs of tradesmen, based on the compositions of G. Spratt. Madeley’s works are held at the British National Portrait Gallery, the British Museum and the V&A.”
(2) “Small folio, 6 hand coloured lithographed plates by Madeley after Robert Pouget (fl. 1830s) showing views in India and in the vicinity of Bombay, original printed wrappers, loose as issued, together with (octavo) short descriptive text modern green cloth folder. Includes views of Singapore from Government Hill, Campong-Clam, and the Court House. After S.Ch. artist Madeley engraved and lithographed on the spot in 1840, also includes a view of Singapore with English residences.”