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A Pair of 18th Century Engravings - Holy Island and Warkworth Castle

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Description

A pair of late-18th or early-19th century engravings, one titled 'Holy Island Monastery, Northumberland', and the other titled 'Northumberland's Castle at Warkworth'. The former is inscribed with the date 1785 in plate to the lower-left edge and inscribed with the artist Richard Bernard Godfrey's (1728-1795) name to the lower-right edge. The latter is by Burrell after Francis Grose (1731-1791) and is inscribed with the names of the artists in plate to the lower-left and lower-right edges. On wove.

Condition

Both are cropped within the plate lines. The Holy Island engraving has some small losses to the substrate at the left corners and the Warkworth engraving has some small areas of paper adhered to the upper edge.

Size

9.4 x 14.6cm (3.7" x 5.7")
Sheet: 11.6 x 15.9cm (4.6" x 6.3")

Location

Northumberland, England, United Kingdom

More Information
Code ra832
Date 18th Century
Dimensions 9.4 x 14.6cm
Medium Engraving
Style Realism
Subject Architecture & Cityscapes
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