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Lambeth Palace

1647
17th century
150 x 228 mm (5.9 x 9 in.)

Wenceslaus Hollar, Bohemian, (1607–1677)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Etching on laid paper
State: Third of three states
Print impression quality: Excellent
Marks: Signed in plate with date “1647”; inscribed in plate, lower right: “No. 3”
Bibliography: Parthey 1038; Hind 107 iii/iii.
Credit Line: Gift of George W. Davison (BA Wesleyan 1892), 1937
Accession Number: 1937.D1.22

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This object has the following keywords:
  • architecture - Art or science of designing and building structures, especially habitable structures, in accordance with principles determined by aesthetic and practical or material considerations. Refers also to the structures created. [November 1994 related term added. October 1990 alternate term added.]
  • England - TGN 7002445
  • London - TGN 7011781
  • palaces - Use for official residences, frequently large and impressively appointed, of sovereigns or other high dignitaries; for other large stately dwellings but not official residences, use "mansions." [July 1995 descriptor moved.]

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  • plate Dimensions: 150 x 228 mm (5.9 x 9 in.)

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