Etching by Victoria Hine entitled "The Nave St Albans", showing an interior view of the Nave of St Albans Abbey, looking from the West end towards the Nave Altar and the organ. Note Norman arches on the left and Early English arches on the right. This screen is sometimes also referred to as St Cuthbert's screen.
Victoria Hine lived for part of her life in St Albans. She was the daughter of Samuel David Colkett an artist of the Norwich school of painting, and married the watercolourist Harry Hine around 1875. She painted and etched landscapes and exhibited at the Royal Academy and other London galleries from 1859 until the 1890's.
These are from a set of 10 etchings by Mrs Harry Hine "An artistic Record of the Cathedral and City of St Albans" -published with notes about the abbey and the town by her husband.
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