A SOUTH EAST VIEW of the CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF EXETER taken from the Terrace in the Bishop's garden. = VUE DU COTE'DU SUD-EST DE L'EGLISE CATHEDRALE DE ST PIERRE A EXETER prise de la Terrasse des Jardins de Monseignr l'Eveque. / Drawn by W. Davey Exeter ; Engrav'd by F. Jukes.
Jukes, Francis, 1745-1812, printmaker, publisher.
Publication details
[Exeter] : Publish'd Octr 18th 1792 by W. Davey Exeter and F. Jukes No10 Howland Street, exeterLondon., [October 18 1792]
Physical details
1 print : aquatint and etching ; platemark 40.2 x 50.3 cm, on sheet 43.5 x 56 cm
Figures in the foregroiund; a garden in the middle ground; a house on the right; Exeter Cathedral at the centre of the Scene.
Exeter (England)
Additional information
Description reads: 'The length of this Cathedral from the Eastern extremity of our Lady's Chapel, which has been long used as a Library, to the west end is 352 feet. The transept 134 Feet. In the South Tower is a peal of ten Bells, in the North one remarkable large Bell commonly called the Courtenay Bell, which was given by Bishop Courtenay, who also built this Tower'.
Other persons
Davey, William, active 1791-1809, printmaker, publisher.
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