M.M.A.B., Bamburgh Castle - Original mid-19th-century pen & ink drawing


An original mid-19th-century pen & ink drawing, M.M.A.B. Bamburgh Castle.

A charming vignette drawing in brown ink depicting Bamburgh Castle, dramatically located on the northeast coast of England. The scene is taken from William Howitt's book 'Visits to Remarkable Places' published c.1840. The original illustrations were designed and executed by the draughtsman and wood engraver Samuel Williams (1788–1853).This is one of a set of five similar drawings that we have for sale (please see stock codes JM-132 to JM-137). One of the drawings is initialled 'M.M.A.B.'.

Initialled lower left. Inscribed lower centre.
In good condition for its age. The picture may have minor imperfections, such as slight marks, toning, foxing, creasing or pinholes, commensurate with age. Please see photos for detail.
8.5cm x 9.4cm.

Text copyright © 2018 Somerset & Wood Fine Art Ltd. All rights reserved.

Product code: JM-136

Share this Product