This is a black fineline illustration of the University College Oxford Chapel. The chapel was originally built in 1639 along with the full set of painted windows including a grande east window which is depicted in this drawing. Today it is used for choir practise, production rehearsals and worship, as well as a place for Christian ceremonies including weddings.
The illustration features detail of the tiled floor, east window and choir pews.
Giclée print made in Britain on Canson Aquarelle Rag 310gsm museum grade white textured card with warm undertones.
The original illustration uses black ink fineliner on heavyweight paper.
If a frame is selected, prints will be professionally framed in your choice of a carefully selected 2.9cm black or off-white wooden frame.
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Framed prints will be sent in their frame, wrapped in protective bubble wrap and beautiful branded packaging with a handwritten 'thank you' slip.
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