C1853

Chalmers Church Adelaide

Artist:

Alexander Schramm (1814 - 1864)

A very rare separately issued print by this important colonial artist and lithographed by Penman &amp Galbraith the leading South Australian lithographers of the day. Scots Church was originally called Chalmers Free Church. The church was officially opened on July … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Chalmers Church Adelaide

Date:

C1853

Artist:

Alexander Schramm (1814 - 1864)

Engraver:

Penman & Galbraith 

Condition:

Trimmed close at top and just below the printers inscription at bottom.

Technique:

Original lithograph. Artists monogram lower right

Image Size: 

205mm 
x 180mm
AUTHENTICITY
Chalmers Church Adelaide - Antique Print from 1853

Genuine antique
dated:

1853

Description:

A very rare separately issued print by this important colonial artist and lithographed by Penman &amp Galbraith the leading South Australian lithographers of the day. Scots Church was originally called Chalmers Free Church. The church was officially opened on July 6th 1851, minus the tower which was added in 1858. Reference Carroll, Entry 33 Pg 20

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