Artist
Attributed to Samuel Alken Senior (1756‑1815)
Title
A Gothic ?Abbey with Four Towers, Two of Them Octagonal
Date date not known
MediumGraphite and watercolour on paper
Dimensionssupport: 230 x 372 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T09608
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Attributed to Samuel Alken Senior, 'A Gothic ?Abbey with Four Towers, Two of Them Octagonal, date not known
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