|Artist||Francis Oliver Finch after Alfred Baker|
|Published||1822 [London, printed by George Rowney & Co.]|
|Dimensions||Image 200 x 354, Sheet 368 x 535 mm|
A depiction of part of the ruins of Kenilworth Castle, what's remaining of the building overgrown with weeds. A female figure can be seen crouching at the right. From a series of prints by Alfred Baker entitled 'The Ruins of Kenilworth Castle'.
Francis Oliver Finch (1802-1862) was a British watercolourist and lithographer.
Alfred Baker (fl. 1822) was a British etcher, painter and draughtsman.
Condition: Time toning. Foxing, all the darker areas affecting only the margins. Tears to edges.