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Lithograph of Charing Cross

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Height
57.5 cm (22 3/4")
Width
63.5 cm (25")
Depth
4 cm (1 1/2")
A Lithograph of Charing Cross, London.

The writing to bottom left of the print reads:

'Bouton,Del.

View of Charing - Cross and Northumberland House'

The writing to the bottom right of the print reads:

'Ate. Legrand Lith.

Vue De Charing Cross Et du Palais du Duc de Northumberland.'

This Lithograph is by the artist Charles-Marie Bouton, an accomplished artist who was co-inventor of the Diorama - large displays of paintings on translucent materials using lighting effects to produce an illusion of movement and reality. He moved to Britain permanently in the early 1830s, where he produced many studies of London.
Height
57.5 cm (22 3/4")
Width
63.5 cm (25")
Depth
4 cm (1 1/2")
Year
c. 1830
Medium
Wood, Glass, Paper
Country
United Kingdom