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'Some of Wm. Fowler's works - Varia - Impressions of Brasses'

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'Some of Wm. Fowler's works - Varia - Impressions of Brasses'
17th-19th century
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Extent and format
Items mounted in a volume. Contents list. ff. 34. Large folio. Half leather binding, black, with blue boards.
Scope and content
Drawings, engravings, etc., by William Fowler of Winterton, near Brigg, Lincs., mostly relating to Yorks. Contents include Beverley and York Minsters, and the brass of Alan Flemyng in St Mary Magdalene, Newark (impression on silk), with printed prospectuses of this and other works, and letters (fol. 3v), c. 1799-1830, fols. 1-13; wash drawing by James Smetham of the Last Judgment, South Porch, Lincoln Cathedral (cf. WIL/H), fol. 14. The brass rubbings, fols. 15-34, are apparently by Willson.
Willson, Edward James (1787-1854), antiquary and architect
Fowler, William (1761-1832), artist and antiquary
Smetham, James (1821-1889), painter and essayist
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Archival history
Sotheby's, 30 May 1888, lot 394.