Lincoln Minster, South View, from the City Prison and Court House

Frederick Mackenzie (1787 - 1854)

Colour lithograph

published 1853
  • About the artist
    Frederick Mackenzie trained as a pupil of architect John Adey Repton. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy at 16 and soon afterwards began working for antiquary and topographer John Britton, illustrating Britton’s publications. From 1813, he exhibited his work at the Society of Painters in Watercolours, showing 97 paintings there in total. His early exhibits were almost exclusively views of Oxford and Cambridge Colleges, while later exhibits were mainly English churches and cathedrals. He was elected a member of the Society in 1823 and served as its Treasurer from 1831. He also continued to illustrate books, three of which he published. In his 50s he married Mary Hine, a widow. He died at their home, near Regent’s Park, aged about 65.
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  • Details
    Title
    Lincoln Minster, South View, from the City Prison and Court House
    Date
    published 1853
    Medium
    Colour lithograph
    Acquisition
    Purchased from Agnews, July 1961
    GAC number
    5569