Glasgow From The Necropolis-Large 19th C Hand Coloured Engraving - After Houston
Glasgow From The Necropolis - a historical, decorative and large, hand coloured engraving....mounted framed and glazed. After original painting by John Houston....
The classic view of old Glasgow, pictured from the eastern necropolis (cemetery), looking west over the oldest part of the city, including the medieval cathedral and old town centre. Lots of Georgian/ Victorian factory chimneys, church spires et cetera. Lively group of people to foreground.
A Fine and Large Sized 19th C Engraving - Hand Coloured Framed & Glazed.
Printed below the picture-
“Glasgow as seen from the Necropolis
- To her most gracious Majesty the Queen.
-This engraving by special command most humbly dedicated by her Majesty’s most dutiful and devoted subject and servant James Keith
Engraved by William Richardson
Painted by John E Houston”
Framed by Thomas Annan
Dimensions- 32“ wide by 23” tall overall
24“ wide by 14“ tall (picture)
Dispatch via Hermes or Royal Mail, well packed and protected