|Artist||W. J. Cooke after Frederick Nash|
|Published||Oxford, Published by James Ryman, November 1, 1832.|
|Dimensions||Image 203 x 283 mm, Plate 265 x 365 mm, Sheet 295 x 425 mm|
A view of Balliol College, before remodelling, from Broad Street, from James Ryman's Illustrations of Oxford.
Frederick Nash (1782-1856) was an English painter and draftsman, who specialised in watercolour landscapes and architectural drawings. He studied under Thomas Malton, enrolled at the Royal Academy of Arts and worked with antiquarians like John Britton and Wedlake Brayley.
Condition: Printed on India laid paper, foxing to sheet.