L'Eglise de L'Oratoire.
London. Robert Jennings. Poultry. Aug. st 1. [sic., Aug. 1st] 1829. T.T. Bury del. A. Pugin dirext. Romney sc.
|Main Creator:||Bury, T. T. (Thomas Talbot), 1811-1877|
A steel line engraving of the front of L'Eglise de L'Oratoire, Paris, facing the rue Saint-Honoré [formerly the Eglise Réformée de l'Oratoire du Louvre but also known as the Temple Protestant de l'Oratoire du Louvre], drawn by T.T. Bury under Augustus Pugin, steel engraving by John Romney. Formerly the royal chapel of the Louvre Palace, in 1792 during the French Revolution the church was suppressed; in 1811 Napoleon gave it to the Protestant congregation of Saint-Louis-du-Louvre. This print is from a series that was published by Robert Jennings, Poultry, London in 1829 under the title "Paris & its' Environs, Displayed in a Series of Two Hundred Picturesque Views, from Original Drawings, Taken under the Direction of A. Pugin, Esq. The Engravings Executed Under the Superintendence of Mr. C. Heath".
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[London : Robert Jennings, August 1st 1829].
Formerly housed with the French Prints Collection.
Physical description: 1 print ; steel line engraving, image 12.8 x 9.8 cm., on sheet 19.7 x 12.5 cm..
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