George Hollis (1793 – 1842)
Worcester College Beaumont Street, Oxford (1823)
25 x 32 cm
A handsome engraving of Worcester College from a Beaumont Street still under construction. The street was laid out in the 1820s and 1830s in the Regency style and acts as a charming approach to Worcester’s facade.
George Hollis was a well-known Oxford-born artist and engraver. He studied art and worked primarily in Oxford. Many of his engravings, which often depicted the colleges, were published by James Ryman, a print-seller on the High Street. Hollis’ views were published separately in a single volume in 1839.
Condition: good. Mounted to board; vertical crease; in antique frame.
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