|Method||Copper engraving with hand colouring|
|Artist||Elizabeth Byrne after A. Wilson|
|Published||London. Published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe, Poultyr, Sept. 1. 1811|
|Dimensions||Image 99 x 150 mm, Sheet 129 x 212 mm|
A view of Oxford from the Magdalen Bridge, with the spires of Magdalen Tower, the Radcliffe Camera, and St Mary's Church, from the Beauties of England and Wales.
Elizabeth Byrne was a British etcher and landscape painter, active between 1809 and 1849. Born in London, she was the daughter and pupil of the etcher William Byrne (1743 - 1805), and sister of the etchers and painters Letitia and John Byrne.
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