St. George’s, Doncaster, Yorkshire
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About the artist
Alfred Newman was a pupil of the draughtsman and lithographer George Hawkins. He engraved architectural subjects after designs by architects, including George Edmund Street (1824-1881), William Eden Nesfield (1835-1888) and Charles Wickes (born 1828). Newman also produced the lithographs for ‘Reliques [sic] of Ancient English Architecture’ by J. Johnson, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries, and ‘Specimens of Mediaeval Architecture’ by W. E. Nesfield (1861-62).