College Grandeur - Aquatint and Etchings

I find the built environment of all periods, set in the natural world, a captivating subject as a source of imagery in printmaking.

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` TOM TOWER, WEST Etching & Aquatint
Tom Tower, West Etching & Aquatint - 30 x 20cm; 11⅞ x 7¾"
Named for its bell. Seen from Pembroke College opposite the Seventeenth Century entrance to Christ Church by Christopher Wren.
TOM TOWER SOUTH
Tom Tower, South Etching & Aquatint
29 x 21 cm; 11 1/4 x 8 1/4"
Drawn from down the road below the college.
Tom Quad
Tom Quad Etching
67 x 48mm; 2⅝ x 1⅞"
The gate to Oxford’s Cathedral and premier college quadrangle.
St Antony's College
St Antony's College Etching
16.5 x 40.7cm; 6½ x 16"
in the 20th C for postgraduate study in social sciences.
ORION Etching & Aquatint
CANTERBURY QUAD Etching & Aquatint - 67 x 48mm; 2⅝ x 1⅞"
Built in St.John's College by Archbishop Laud in the reign of James I.
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