19th-Century Hand-Coloured Engraving, Gothic Cathedral Interior

19th-Century Hand-Coloured Engraving, Gothic Cathedral Interior

This charming 19th-century hand-coloured engraving depicts the interior of a gothic cathedral. It’s rendered particularly well with careful brushwork that brings the scene to life. It’s likely that the colouring was added later by a keen admirer of the architecture on display.

The location is unknown but it’s reminiscent of some of the finer European gothic cathedrals such as Notre-Dame de Paris and Cologne.

Framed and glazed.

Medium: Hand-coloured engraving on paper.
Overall size: 19” x 23½” / 49cm x 60cm
Year of creation: c. 1880
Condition: A few marks towards the lower right. Frame with some light wear. The engraving has been attached to a secondary piece of paper.

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