Notre. Dame prise de l'isle Louvier.
J. Gendall delt. from a sketch by A. Pugin. [Augustus Pugin]. D. Havell sculpt.
|Main Creator:||Glendall, John, 1790-1865, artist|
Hand-coloured aquatint etching (by Daniel Havell from John Gendall's drawing after Augustus Pugin, printed on wove paper) of Notre Dame Cathedral, Paris [before the addition of Violett le Duc's central spire], taken from the south side of the Île Saint-Louis, looking north-west up the river Seine to the Pont de la Tournelle. The artist John Gendall was involved in the production of a number of publications issued by Rudolf Ackermann including his 1821 'Picturesque Tour of the Seine, from Paris to the Sea: with Particulars Historical and Descriptive', written by Jean-Baptiste-Balthazard Sauvan and illustrated by Augustus Pugin and Gendall.
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London : Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand, [n.d., ca. 1821].
Physical description: 1 print ; etching with handcoloured aquatint, image 35.2 x 48 cm., on sheet 42.9 x 53.5 cm..
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