[Broad Street]

Method Steel engraving
Artist George Hollis after J. M. Ince
Published [Published by James Ryman, High Street, Oxford, 1838]
Dimensions Image 205 x 275 mm, Plate 260 x 330 mm, Sheet 295 x 425 mm
Notes A view of Broad street, looking towards the Clarendon Press, including the Sheldonian Theatre without its cupula and heads to the right. From James Ryman's Illustrations of Oxford. Proof before title.

George Hollis (1792-1842) was a well-known artist and engraver who worked in Oxford in the first half of the nineteenth century. Many of his engravings were published by James Ryman, a printseller on the High Street, Oxford, active between 1836 and 1865. Hollis's views were published separately from 1819 before being bound as a volume with descriptive text in 1839. Illustrations of Oxford is a comparatively rare work with some uncommon views of the colleges to which celebrated artists like T. S. Boys, Frederick Nash and J. S. Prout made relevant contributions.

Condition: Printed on India laid paper, dots of foxing to margins.
Framing mounted
Price £200.00
Stock ID 49417