Cambridge Framed Photography


Early C19. One of the original granaries of Newnham Grange, but extensively remodelled in circa 1895. Grey gault brick. 3 storeys, the third storey is an addtion, sashes and casements. The west wall has a plat band with modern openings below and a round-headed and segmented headed recess above. West wall much altered, 3 blocked windows on 1st floor, oriels above, balconies. Tiled roof. The college is named after the Darwin family, Charles Darwin's second son, George Darwin, having owned some of the property which the college now occupies. He bought Newnham Grange, the oldest part of the college, in 1885, together with the adjacent building known as the Old Granary, and Small Island.

The prints are produced on high quality photographic paper and are presented in dark green bevel cut mounts. The title of the photo and the photographer’s signature are handwritten in pencil on the mounts. The wooden frames are a darker shade of green than the mounts and measure 57.5cms x 19.5cms.

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  • Model: LF3
  • 19 Units in Stock

This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 01 September, 2011.