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    queens visit to london

    A Lithograph of Queen Victoria's Visit to London.

    The description at the bottom of the print reads:
    "Her Majesty Victoria I. Visit to the city of London. on the 9th of Nov 1837"
    The sketch taken from the corner of Chancery Lane, looking towards Temple Bar.
    Printed by C. Hullmandel.
    Published for the Proprietor by Ackerman & Co, Strand."
    Charles Joseph Hullmandel was born in London and maintain a Lithographic establishment at twenty years old, until his death. He was an important figure in british lithographic as he developed a method for reproducing tones and graduations which would often be found in soft colour washes, which enabled the reproduction of landscape paintings. In 1843 he set up a partnership with Joseph Fowell Walton which became known as Hullmandel & Walton.
    Circa: 1837

    Wood, Glass, Paper
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    Price: SOLD

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