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Architecture, Spanish Renaissance, Doorway of a  small Palace built by the Mendosa Family, now the Museum, Plate 39, Guadalajara

Architecture, Spanish Renaissance, Doorway of a small Palace built by the Mendosa Family, now the Museum, Plate 39, Guadalajara

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Architecture, Spanish Renaissance, doorway of a small Palace built by the Mendosa Family, now the Museum, Plate 39, Guadalajara

Renaissance Architecture and Adornment in Spain 

Between the years 1492 and 1558

Date: 1888

Artist: Prentice Andrew,  Architect, measured and drawn by

Publisher: Batsford, BT 

Paper Size: 345 x 470mm

Print Size: 260 x 380mm

Condition: Very good. Normal paper aging qualities

Technique: Original lithography  

Price: $200

Provenance:

Although situated in the centre of the city, this palace seems to be little known. The doorway given on this plate is to be found in a disused courtyard and must originally have formed the principal entrance to the palace.

To read about Andrew N. Prentice click here 

 

 

To read about Andrew N. Prentice click here