Walsingham Abbey Gate by John Sell Cotman (1812)

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Engraving on paper titled “Walsingham Abbey Gate” by John Sell Cotman, from a series of English Norman churches. The work has a dedication in the lower margin which reads: "To Edmond Wodehouse Esq, this plate is respectfully dedicated by his obt servant J.S. Cotman."

The work is archival mat and mounted in an ebonized wood molding. Etched and published by J.S. Cotman, Yarmouth, (England) 1812.

England, 1812.

Condition: Work is in very good original condition. Wear commensurate with age and use.

Materials: Paper, Engraving

Dimensions: 19" W x 3/4" D x 22" H (framed)
9” W x 12” H (artwork)

SKU: 1410

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