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Tinturn Abbey, 1840s

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Tinturn Abbey, 1840s
Tinturn Abbey, 1840s
Tinturn Abbey, 1840s

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Antique; 19th century
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ink and watercolor on paper/giltwood frame
27" L x 1" W x 23" H

Why We Love This

Full-plate hand-colored lithograph rom the 1840s of the famous ruin in Wales. The series drawn and published by Samuel J. Prout was pivotal in developing the romantic sensibility in England in the early-19th century. Prout influenced John Ruskin, England's famous archaeologist and historian, as well as Queen Victoria, in advancing an appreciation for the ancient buildings and monuments of the British Isles. Displayed in a vellum color mat and mica gold frame.
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About Kamp Gallery, Inc.

Art adds richness to your life. Art extends your horizons of perception. Art signifies your values and ambitions, integrating harmony and beauty. No matter how you perceive or judge the art in your life, I promise you a uniquely satisfying experience working with Kamp Gallery, established in 1976. It has been my career ambition to bring significant original works of art to an appreciative clientele. Valuing more than the beautiful or even the rare and exotic, we value the interesting.