The British Nave. Published by Dickinson Brothers, Bros. 114, New Bond Street.
Subject : 35 x 47,5 cm (13-3/4 x 18-3/4 in.).
Chromolithograph after a painting by John Nash, 1854,
representing Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and family in front of the Crystal Palace during the 1851 Great Exhibition’s inauguration.
The Crystal Palace, conceived by Prince Albert (1819 - 1861), the architect Joseph Paxton and engineer Charles Fox, was the first large scale construction combining steel and glass successfully.
Scattered foxing, slight crease stains. Good margins.
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- Expertissim Reference: 2012070164