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20th Century Lithograph - West Riding, Yorkshire, from Camden's Britannia



A lithograph after a map drawn by Christopher Saxton and engraved by William Hole for Camden's 'Britannia', first published in Latin in 1586 and translated into English in 1610, the object of which was to 'restore antiquity to Britain, and Britain to his antiquity'. A topographical and historical survey of all of Great Britain and Ireland, the work was a significant example of Renaissance scholarship. This reproduction copy depicts the map of West Riding in Yorkshire and was published by Edward Standford Limited. Numbered '48' to the lower-left corner. Presented glazed in a black and gilt-effect Hogarth-style frame. On wove.


Some scuffs to the edges and corners of the frame. Overall in very good condition.


25.9 x 30.3cm (10.2" x 11.9")
Framed Size: 32 x 37cm (12.6" x 14.6")

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Code qk138
Date 20th Century
Dimensions 25.9 x 30.3cm
Medium Lithograph
Style Realism
Subject Maps
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