[Statue of Cyril Jackson]

Method Lithograph with hand colouring
Artist attruibuted to John Chessell Buckler
Published c. 1850
Dimensions Image & Sheet 265 x 176 mm
Notes A heavily coloured lithograph of the statue of Cyril Jackson by Francis Chantrey (1746-1819) Dean of Christ Church 1783-1809 in Christ Church Cathedral in front of the library doors.

John Chessell Buckler (1793-1894) was an architect and antiquary. His work included restorations of country houses and buildings at the University of Oxford. He was the son of John Buckler (1770 –1851), an outstanding architectural draughtsman and Bailiff for Magdalen College's Southwark Estate for sixty years, whose views in Oxford, especially Magdalen College, rank amongst the finest ever produced.

Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey (1782-1841) was a sculptor, medallist, painter and draughtsman. He was born in Derbyshire; Member of Royal Academy 1818; knighted 1835; Chantrey Bequest (1840) left Chantrey's personal estate to the Royal Academy for the purchase of British works of art, the collection of which is now housed in the Tate Gallery.
Framing unmounted
Price £50.00
Stock ID 20721