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- Object: Alburgum in Comitatu Surriæ, vulgo Albury
Albury House; View of the earl of Arundel's country house; main building with four gables and four latticed windows at left, with plain rectangular wing at right and court-yard in front; coach and horsemen arriving from left; rising ground and trees in the background at right. 1642/1646
- Production date
Height: 124 millimetres
Width: 241 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Pennington gives dates 1642-1646, considering that Arundel left England in 1642 and assuming that it antecedes the earl's death in 1646. New Hollstein lists the plate within Hollar's Antwerp period, 1644-1652. See R. Godfrey, 'Wenceslaus Hollar: A Bohemian Artist in England', New Haven and London, 1994, no.52.
See Q,6.89 for another impression.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1993/4 Dec-April, Sheffield, Graves AG, Wenceslaus Hollar: 1607-1677
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