Christ Church - West, Looking North from St. Aldate's from "The Fifty Water Colours Drawings of Oxford" c1900
Christ Church, the great foundation of Cardinal Wolsey, was re-constructed by King Henry VIII, who in 1546 brought hither from Osney Abbey his newly founded bishopric, and thus created an institution probably without parallel the combination of a Cathedral see with academic society.
2 pages include: This beautiful colour print from the book "Fifty Water Colours of Oxford" from 1900 also include the page with the description by the Author explaining the scene.
This wonderful print is a wonderful print by the Artist W. Matthison. An artist who's original works are highly sort after today. This print is still on its original paper backing.
Size: 9.5cm (H) 14.5 (W)