Fonthill Abbey.View Of The Fountain Court Within The Western Cloister. With The Additions Made In June 1823, To Convert It Into A Public Refectory For The Visitors. _ Restaurateur, Mr. Dore, White Lion, Bath. [Description of location relative to other buildings follows.]
Coloured lithograph, sheet 210 x 235mm. Trimmed.
Fonthill Abbey, also known as Beckford's Folly, was a large Gothic revival house built at the turn of the 19th century in Wiltshire at the direction of novelist, art critic, travel writer and politician William Thomas Beckford (1760 – 1844). Very scarce.
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