Botanic Garden

Method Aquatint with hand colouring
Artist Daniel Havell after Augustus Charles Pugin
Published Pub for R. Ackermann's History of Oxford, Decr 1814
Dimensions Image 197 x 127 mm, Plate 252 x 137 mm, Sheet 269 x 165 mm
Notes The entrance to the Botanical gardens in Oxford. From Rudolph Ackermann's A History of the University of Oxford, its Colleges, Halls and Public Buildings.

Daniel Havell (1785 – 1822) was an artist and printmaker most known for his work producing plates for Rudolph Ackermann's History of Cambridge (1815) and Ackermann's history of various Public Schools including Eton, Winchester and Rugby (1816), as well as a celebrated view of St Paul's Cathedral (1818) and various other London landmarks for Ackermann's Repository of Arts.

Augustus Charles Pugin (1762 - 1832) was a topographical draughtsman and etcher. He was the father of the artist and architect Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin.

Condition: Good impression. Publication line faded.
Framing mounted
Price £75.00
Stock ID 46114

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