Vue du Temple Protestant, Sincapour

  • Vue du Temple Protestant, Sincapour
Vue du Temple Protestant, Sincapour
S$ 1.80
Item Code : SIN54/01
Availability: In Stock
Available in Boxes of Eight Cards of Your Choice with envelopes - Minimum Order TWO BOXES

Artist / Cartographer : Barthelemy Lauvergne

Size: 180 x 120
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Description:
A lithographic view of Singapore from the seafront depicting the Padang, the first St. Andrew’s Church and Government Hill, 1837. Drawn by Barth?l?my Lauvergne and engraved by Louis Pierre Alphonse Bichebois with figures by Victor Adam. From Voyage autour du monde ex?cut? pendant les ann?es 1836 et 1837 sur la corvette La Bonite by Auguste-Nicholas Vaillant, Paris, 1852. The Palladian style church was named after the Patron Saint of Scotland and was designed by George Coleman. Built by convict labour, construction started in 1834 and was completed in June 1837 just after this view was drawn.

Our notelets are printed in full colour and laminated on 120gsm artcard. Size varies slightly depending on image, but on average the cards measure 185mm x 130mm.