To the Right Worshipful the Mayor Aldermen & Citizens of Oxford This Plate of St. Martin's Church, commonly called Carfax, is most respectfully inscribed by their obedient Servant N. Whittock

Method Aquatint with original hand colour
Artist Robert Havell after Nathaniel Whittock
Published Oxford, Published Augst. 24, 1819.
Dimensions Image 308 x 387 mm, Plate 372 x 460 mm, Sheet 457 x 569 mm
Notes A scarce view of the mediaeval Church of St, Martins's which was demolished in 1820 to make way for a new church designed by Harris and Plaowmann. In 1896, this church was also demolished to widen the junction at Carfax. The Cheltenham & Gloucester coach is depicted coming down Queen Street.

Nathaniel Whittock (1791-1860) was lithographer to the University of Oxford. He was born in Oxford but moved to London in 1828. His nephew, Henry Hyde, was also an engraver.
Framing unmounted
Price £175.00
Stock ID 36318

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