- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802)
- Lincoln Cathedral, from the West
- Medium and Support
- Watercolour and pen and ink on wove paper
- 38.7 × 30.3 cm, 15 ¼ × 11 ⅞ in
‘Girtin 1794’ lower right, by Thomas Girtin
- Object Type
- Studio Watercolour
- Subject Terms
- Gothic Architecture: Cathedral View; Lincolnshire
- Catalogue Number
- Girtin & Loshak Number
- 86i as 'Lincoln Cathedral'
- Description Source(s)
- Viewed in 2002
James Moore (1762–99); his widow, Mary Moore (née Howett) (d.1835); bequeathed to Anne Miller (1802–90); bequeathed to Edward Mansel Miller (1829–1912); bequeathed to Helen Louisa Miller (1842–1915); J. Palser & Sons (stock no.17468); bought by Lady Florence Walston and Sir Charles Walston (Waldstein) (1856–1927), 6 April 1914; Sir Patrick Browne; then by descent to 1997; Spink-Leger Pictures
Palser Gallery, 1914, no.89; Cambridge, 1920, no.12a; Lincoln, 1927, catalogue untraced; Agnew’s, 1931, no.136; Lincoln, 1939, no.6; Agnew’s, 1953a, no.87; Spink-Leger, London, 1997, no.9; London, 2002, no.39
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