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London antique engraving Church St Luke Old Street

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The South West View of the Parish Church of St Luke in Old Street


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Standard size items are posted flat between acid free foam board and then placed in a plastic sleeve inside a board envelope. Oversize items may be need to be posted in a tube.


From Thomas Maitland's 'History of London' c1755. St Luke is a historic Anglican church building in Old Street, Islington. The church was built in 1733. The church was designed by John James, though the obelisk spire, west tower and flanking staircase wings were by Nicholas Hawksmoor. It is now used as a concert hall by the London Symphony Orchestra and known as LSO St Luke's.

Additional Information

artist Benjamin Cole (fl.1723-1767)
method Copper-line engraving
date C1755
size 380mm by 220mm (platemark)
SKU AR7633