Charles Edward Wagstaff was a line, mezzotint and mixed-method engraver, specialising in portraits and historical and genre subjects, engraved after works by contemporary artists. He was born in London, where he is thought to have lived and worked.
The Wedding of Her Majesty Queen Victoria and H.R.H. The Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, 10 February 1840
height: 62.30 cm, width: 90.80 cm
Purchased from Christopher Wood, October 1980
Sold through Christie’s, South Kensington, on 21 April 1980 (Lot 37); from which sale purchased by Christopher Wood Gallery, London (listed in the Gallery’s records as ‘The Wedding of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, 10 February 1840’); from whom purchased by the Government Picture Collection in October 1980
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