High Street, Oxford

Method Lithograph
Artist D. Redman after Nathaniel Whittock
Published c.1830
Dimensions Image 255 x 360 mm, Sheet 370 x 453 mm
Notes A scarce, separately published, view of the curve of the High Street. Queen's College is seen to the right with St. Mary's Church seen beyond. University College is on the left with a horse drawn carriage and a figure leading a horse on the road in front.
Text below image: To the Lord Bishop of Oxford, the Revd., the Vice Chancellor, & the Members of the University & City of Oxford, _this Print is most respectfully inscribed, by Their obedt. Servant, N. Whittock.

D.Redman was a little know lithographic artist working out of 45 Duke Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, in the first half of the nineteenth century.

Nathaniel Whittock (1791-1860) was lithographer to the University of Oxford. He was born in Oxford but moved to London in 1828. His nephew, Henry Hyde, was also an engraver.

Condition: Toning from previous mount, small tears and creasing to sheet edges, some surface dirt.
Framing unmounted
Price £450.00
Stock ID 48566

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