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John Boydell Johannes Kip
This page represents only a small part of our collection of original Antique prints of England. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Panoramic view of Oxford from the environs. After John Farington.
Arms of the Prince of Wales, Duke of York and Duke of Clarence.
Panoramic view from Christ’s Church to Merton Hall. With key.
Knighthood: Order of the Garter – collar, star and garter, and the insignia of 16 Noble Orders.
Cirencester: View from the environs of the city and St John the Baptist. After Joseph Farington.
Eton: View of the school from a distance, with the river in the foreground. After Joseph Farington.
Catherine Hall: Interior of the chapel.
Britons (Aborigines of England): Couple armed, tattooed and painted with woad.
Windsor Castle: Aerial view of the castle and grounds with key. This extraordinary perspective represents a hallmark of Hollar’s imaginative technique.
View of the 16th century house and grounds in continuing ownership of the Spencer family.
Panoramic view from Folly Bridge to Port Meadow: With key.
Panoramic view from New College Tower.
37 contemporaneous portraits of officers, undergraduates and graduates of the university.
Streatley and Goring on Thames: View of the towns either side of the Thames. After John Farington.
Knighthood: Order of the Bath – collar, star and badges, and the insignia of 16 Noble Orders.
Abingdon-on-Thames, Oxfordshire: View of the town and Thames from Nuneham Park. After John Farington.
Double Prospect: Panoramas of Oxford from the south near Abingdon Road and from the east near London Road. With key in English and Latin.
Great Britain. Flags, crests, badges, crowns, coronets and Arms. Key available.
King’s College: Court of the college founded in 1441.
31 contemporaneous portraits of officers, undergraduates and graduates of the university.
120 badges and caps of the Public Schools. After Alfred Lambert.
St Mary’s or University Church: View of the front elevation with arms. Engraved by John Chapman.