Radcliffe Camera

For my fourth Oxford cityscape I have chosen the Radcliffe Camera.

The circular dome and drum of the Radcliffe Camera provides one of Oxford's most iconic sights, and is a distinctive landmark in a city full of distinctive landmarks! The camera (the word means simply "room") was built 1737-1749 with 40,000 pounds bequeathed by Dr John Radcliffe, the royal physician.

Like the previous paintings this one consists of watercolour washes with the detail in pencil.

Medium: Watercolour and pencil
Size: 34.5 x 44.5 cm
Price: SOLD

Prints available to order - A4, A3 & A2

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