1 edition of Cantabrigia depicta found in the catalog.
by printed by J. Archdeacon,... for T. & J. Merrill... [et al] in Cambridge
Written in English
Plan dated 1763.
Jesus College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge, college's full name is The College of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint John the Evangelist and the glorious Virgin Saint Radegund, near common name comes from the name of its chapel, Jesus Chapel. Jesus College was established between and on the site of the twelfth-century Benedictine Founder: John Alcock. Published in Cantabrigia Depicta by Harraden & Son around or Reprinted in Illustrations of the University of Cambridge etc by R.B. Harraden in This is one of a famous set of coloured prints in A History of the University of Cambridge, its Colleges, Halls, and Public Buildings by William Combe, published by R. Ackermann.
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An avenue of trees ran along the college path from Old Court to Clare Hall Green (Piece as it is now known). By the mid C18 (Cantabrigia Depicta ) the Master's Garden was laid out with two rectangular lawns separated by a broad axial path running from west to . Cambridge Depicted features engravings of colleges and prominent religious and secular buildings taken from the book Cantabrigia Depicta first published in The 36 original black and white engravings have been restored and artistically coloured to create an elegant and lively book. Each institution has a brief up-to-date description of its history and its buildings, together with short.
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Cantabrigia depicta. A concise and accurate description of the university and town of Cambridge, and its environs. A particular history of the several colleges and public buildings [See Notes Multiple Contributors] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Cantabrigia Depicta, A Concise And Accurate Description Of The University And Town Of Cambridge, And Its Environs. [2 Issues]. - Primary Source Edition Paperback – Octo by Anonymous (Author)Author: Anonymous. Cantabrigia Depicta: a Concise and Accurate Description of the University and Town of Cambridge, and Its Environs.
a Particular History of the Several, ISBNISBNLike New Used, Free shipping in the USSeller Rating: % positive. Published in the name of Harraden & Son of Cambridge Cantabrigia Depicta was evidently a success.
This can be assumed as his son Richard Bankes Harraden continued to exploit the market for views of Cambridge in his own Illustrations of the University of Cambridge (). Cantabrigia depicta. A concise and accurate description of the university and town of Cambridge, and its environs.
A particular history of the several colleges and public buildings, their founders and benefactors To which is added, an exact account of the several posts, coaches, flys, stage-waggons, and other : Cantabrigia depicta: A series of engravings, representing the most picturesque and interesting edifices in the University of Cambridge, with an historical and descriptive account of each Author: Richard Harraden ; Richard Bankes Harraden ; W.
Strahan and T. Cadell (Firm). Cambridge Depicted features engravings of colleges and prominent religious and secular buildings taken from the book Cantabrigia Depicta, first published in The 36 original black and white engravings have been restored and artistically coloured to.
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From Cantabrigia Depicta: A Series of Engravings Representing The most Picturesque and Interesting Edifices in the University of Cambridge with an Historical and Descriptive account of each. Cambridge Depicted features engravings of colleges and prominent religious and secular buildings taken from the book Cantabrigia Depicta first published in The 36 original black and white engravings have been restored and artistically colored to create an elegant and lively : Hardcover.
A well-established artist and engraver published a series of views of University of little merit; then with his son R.B. Harraden junior produced a series of books including ‘Description of Cambridge’ (), ‘Cantabrigia Depicta’ () & ‘Illustrations of the university of Cambridge’ ().
Robert William Smart after Richard Banks Harraden Steel engraving with hand colouring From Cantabrigia Depicta: A Series of Engravings Representing The most Picturesque and Interesting Edifices in the University of Cambridge with an Historical and Descriptive account of each.
(Cambridge: Harraden & Son, ). Richard Bankes Harraden () was an English. Harraden, Richard Bankes (), son of the above, made the drawings of Cambridge for his father's work, 'Cantabrigia Depicta,' and in published an oblong volume called ' Illustrations of the University of Cambridge.' It contains fifty-eight views, of which twenty-four had appeared in the former work.
These might, of course, have been engraved by the younger Harraden after his father's work. Foskett states that the elder Harraden published one of a series of books, Cantabrigia Depicta, in conjunction with his son, though this volume is stated by other authorities.
R.B. Harraden published a book Cantabrigia Depicta, with illustrations of Cambridge including a plate showing the supposed scene from the bridge and milestone on the Trumpington parish boundary towards King's College, with Coe Fen on the left and Hobson's Conduit on the right of the road (page ).
He describes the context: "There are but few. HARRADEN (R.B.) Cantabrigia Depicta, Cambridge4to, extra-illustrated with plates and In Specialist Books, Maps, Prints, Stamps, Milita This auction is live. Further reading.
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Thurlbourn & J. Woodyer. The bathing pool and its associated summerhouse were first referred to in (Thomas Salmon) and again in (Cantabrigia Depicta, ), but the pool may be even earlier.
The garden layout is probably cpossibly influenced by J C Loudon's Encyclopaedia of Gardening (, figp. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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