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image © Trustees of the British Museum | Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

West view of St. Edmunds Chapel


Print after Augustus Charles Pugin

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West view of St. Edmunds Chapel





Plate 30: Interior view with wall tombs for Sir Bernard Brocas, Sir Richard Pecksall, Edward the 8th Earl of Shrewsbury at left, casket surmounted by sculpted figure for the Earl of Pembroke at right and part of another to Francis Duke of Suffolk in right foreground, surrounding low and floor monuments to Sir Humphrey Bourchier, Robert de Waldeby, the Duchess of Gloucester, the Count of Stafford and Henry Ferne in the centre; illustration to Ackermann's 'The History of Westminster Abbey'. 1811. Hand-coloured aquatint and etching.
Additional Makers: Publisher - Ackermann; Print maker - John Bluck
Inscription: Lettered below image with title, key to the tombs, production detail: "A. Pugin delt.", "J. Bluck sculpt." and publication line: "Pub. June 1. 1811, for R. Ackermann's Westr. Abbey, at 101 Strand, London"
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