Scarce February 1835 lithograph capturing the devastation of the Fire of 1834 at St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, London.
The images from which the lithograph was made was drawn by John Taylor Junior, an architect who was present at the site, and dedicated to King William the Fourth. The lithograph shows the smoldering remains of the masonry buildings at St. Stephen's Chapel, with details of the charred and collapsed architecture visible.
This print serves as a valuable and interesting addition to any collection of antique maps and prints, particularly for those with an interest in British history or architectural history.
Lithograph mounted on contemporary card. "PROOF" printed in the lower-rigth corner. Some wear the edges.