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John Henry Le Keux (1812-1896) - 1832 Engravings, Oxford Scenes



A pair of engravings depicting Oxford scenes. One is titled 'University Printing House', by John Henry Le Keux (1812-1896) after Frederick Mackenzie (1787-1854), dated 1833. Inscribed with this information in plate to the lower edge. The other is titled 'The Hythe Bridge with Tower of the Castle', by Le Keux after Peter De Wint (1784-1849). Inscribed with this information in plate to the lower edge. On wove.


Both engravings are trimmed within the plate lines. There are some surface marks and some discolouration to both.


22 x 35cm (8.7" x 13.8")

Artist Biography

John Henry Le Keux (1812-1896) was an English architectural engraver and draughtsman. He was born in Argyll Street, Euston Road, London, and studied under James Basire III. He then worked for a time as assistant to his father, John Le Keux. Between 1853 and 1865 Le Keux exhibited architectural drawings at the Royal Academy. About 1864 he moved to Durham and acted as manager to Messrs. Andrews, a firm of publishers with which his wife was connected.

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Code qw165
Artist John Henry Le Keux (1812-1896)
Date 1832
Dimensions 22 x 35cm
Medium Engraving
Style Realism
Subject Architecture & Cityscapes
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