'KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL AND THE ENTRANCE COURT FROM THE FELLOWS' BUILDINGS.' by W. Matthison c.1922

'KING'S COLLEGE CHAPEL AND THE ENTRANCE COURT FROM THE FELLOWS' BUILDINGS.' by W. Matthison c.1922
SKU: caun/kief/matt/002

An attractive early 20th century process print of King's College Chapel with the Fellows' Building which appeared in W. Matthison & M. A. R. Tuker's Cambridge (London: A. & C. Black Ltd, 1907-1922).

William Matthison (1853-1926), born in Harborne near Birmingham, was a noted Victorian/Edwardian artist. After having studied at the Birmingham Central School of Art, he became a professional artist in 1875. His artistic style became particularly popular during the Edwardian period, especially with the growth of the picture postcard industry.

  • This is an original early 20th century process print.
  • Printed area is approximately 14.1cms by 10.2cms (including title).
  • The item is in very good condition with decent margins. Click on image for a better view.
  • The item comes displayed in a ready to frame acid free mount.
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  • Guaranteed to be over 90 years old.