|Method||Copper engraving with hand colouring|
|Artist||James Basire after Hugh O'Neill|
|Dimensions||Image 306 x452 mm, Sheet 354 x 478 mm|
A view of the quadrangle at Exeter College featured in the Oxford Almanack of 1813.
Hugh O'Neill (c. 1774/1784-1824) was an English painter and lithographer.
James Basire II (1769 - 1822) was a British engraver. His work is similar in style to that of his father, the engraver James Basire I (1730-1802). His apprentices included Henry Le Keux (1787 - 1868), who engraved the Oxford Almanacks between 1832 and 1839.
Petter, Helen Mary. The Oxford Almanacks. Oxford. At the Clarendon Press. 1974. p86.
Condition: Trimmed within plate mark and missing calendar. Horizontal printers crease to lower half of sheet. Time toning to sheet. Pin holes to top corners.