|Dimensions||Image 265 x 418 mm, Plate 335 x 485 mm, Sheet 385 x 505 mm|
A view of the Bridge of Sighs at St. John's College, Cambridge.
Ebenezer Challis was an engraver of architectural and topographical subjects, active in the nineteenth-century. He produced the earliest plates after Thomas Allom in Britton and Brayley's Devonshire and Cornwall Illustrated (1832). His work was also published in the Art Journal (1849-61), and the Cambridge University Almanack (1832-47).
Condition: Toning and foxing to sheet, scuffs to sky area, several wormholes to sheet.,