The Foreign Nave

Made:
1851 in London

Print. Chromolithograph, 'The Foreign Nave', Plate 2, (Proof) of a set of four large prints commemorating the Opening of the Great Exhibition of 1851, [after paintings by Joseph Nash]. Printed and published by Dickinson Brothers, New Bond Street. [1851]. Image 54.5x75cm on card 71x88cm. Signed Joseph Nash on lower left edge of image. View of the Eastern or Foreign Nave, [looking east? towards organ], with the Milan stained glass and general view of German contribution. The formal progress tour of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert; guests stand formally, the men in the galleries wave their hats

Details

Category:
Art
Identifier:
2000-225
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Grosvenor Prints

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