|Method||Steel engraving on india laid paper|
|Artist||E. F. McCabe after Richard Bankes Harraden|
|Dimensions||Image 125 x 205 mm, Plate 175 x 250 mm, Sheet 260 x 305 mm|
A view of Queen's College in Cambridge, from "Cantabrigia Depicta: A Series of Engravings Representing The most Picturesque and Interesting Edifices in the University of Cambridge with an Historical and Descriptive account of each."
Richard Bankes Harraden (1778-1862) was an English printmaker, specialising in landscape and topographical views. Active in Cambridge, Harraden was the son of Richard Harraden (1756-1838), with whom he published plates as Harraden & Son. He worked with his father and two other artists to produce twenty-four engraved plates of Cambridge for Cantabrigia depicta... (Cambridge: Harraden & Son, 1809-10).
Condition: Heavy foxing to sheet not affecting image.