Colour lithograph on linen, brass rings in corners. 870 x 1200mm. Some creasing.
A view of the ruins, two representations of the complete temple and a plan. The Working Mens Educational Union was a philanthropic society founded in 1853 to provide education to the working classes. This sheet would have been used in their lectures, held in various locations. They were printed on linen to avoid paper duty. Considering its purpose the colour is still surprisingly vivid, with the linen still strong.
[Ref: 6891] £320.00