Caxton's printing office, in the Almonry at Westminster

Made:
1858 in London
publisher:
Henry Graves and Company
artist:
Daniel Maclise
engraver:
Frederick Bromley

Mixed mezzotint, Caxton's printing office, in the Almonry at Westminster. Engraved by Frederick Bromley after the oil of 1851 by Daniel Maclise. This state before letters, issued by Henry Graves & Co, July 1858. Platemark 68.4x104.1cm. Showing tools of the trade and activities towards producing the first printed/published book in England. A Victorian representational and historical view

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1995-424
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Grosvenor Prints