- Identification and Creation
- Object Number
Iorwerth Grey Lloyd, British (1845-1903)
- Untitled (photo montage labeled "Exeter College"; verso: photograph labeled "Effect of the Passing of Mr. Bouveris's Bill for the Abolition of Tests on the Fellows of a College in Oxford.")
- Work Type
- photograph, album page
- Creation Place: Europe, United Kingdom
- Persistent Link
- Physical Descriptions
- Recto: album page with albumen silver print. Verso; albumen silver print with hand coloring.
- Albumen silver print
- 28.7 x 22.4 cm (11 5/16 x 8 13/16 in.)
- Inscriptions and Marks
- inscription: recto; ink
- inscription: "No. 60. Theophilus the Iconoclast ordered the images & pictures of Saints to be destroyed in all the Churches & the walls to be covered with/pictures of birds & beasts. In Worcester Chapel we have birds/beasts & saints. If all religions were tolerated, as eac/whorshipped his patron saint, so each would worship his favorite/beast or bird. Dr. Cotton, the Provost rushing from the/Chapel in dismay."
- Seiden & de Cuevas, Inc., New York, New York. on Long Term Loan at the Fogg Art Museum from 1977 to 1982
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Purchase through the generosity of Melvin R. Seiden
- Object Number
- European and American Art
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- Photograph information:
Photo montage of high wire above Exeter College quadrangle with man and woman posed, second man pushing wheelbarrow with bags labeled "Battels" and "Sconces", man in doorway lower right corner of image. (Battels are food charges at Oxford University, sconces are fines).
No. 60. Effect of the Passing of Mr. Bouveris's Bill for the Abolition of Tests on the Fellows of a College in Oxford.
- Related Works
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