Maker: Picturesque Europe
Antique woodcut engraving print published in Picturesque Europe, Three scenes of Howth in Ireland, Church ruins, coast and cliffs. Howth is an Irish village on the Howth Peninsula. The grounds of 15th-century Howth Castle have rhododendron gardens and a transport museum. The 19th-century Martello Tower and the medieval ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey lie nearby. A clifftop trail has sweeping sea views. Offshore, Ireland’s Eye is an island bird sanctuary with an ancient ruined church.Very good condition with minimal signs of age as pictured. Measures approximately 11" x 8" to just outside the printed image including text.
Item Number: PRN149