|Artist||Henry Le Keux after Frederick Mackenzie|
|Published||Published by J. Parker Oxford, 1832|
|Dimensions||Image 201 x 335 mm, Sheet 455 x 610 mm|
The image for the Oxford Almanack of 1833, featuring a view of the Oxford University Press. One of the few views of Walton street, Jericho.
Henry Le Keux (1787-1868) was a British printmaker and engraver. He was born in Bocking, Essex, but was based in London for most of his working life. He was the brother of John Le Keux who was the engraver of the Memorials of Oxford. Henry also worked on topographical books such as John Britton's Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain.
Frederick Mackenzie (1787 - 1854) was a British water-colour painter and architectural draughtsman who made drawings for Ackermann's University of Oxford and Public Schools, and twenty-four of the Oxford Almanacks between 1821-1853.
Condition: Printed on india laid paper. Lacking calander but possibly a proof.