- Author: BUHOT, Félix
- Publication date: 1884.
- Physical description: Etching, drypoint, salt lift ground, stippling and roulette, printed in brown and black.
- Dimensions: Image: 290 by 400mm (11.5 by 15.75 inches). Sheet: 395 by 550mm (15.5 by 21.75 inches).
- Inventory reference: 12351
Félix Buhot (1847–1898) was a French painter and printmaker. Buhot worked in both France and England, and was particularly interested in city views and conveying the effects of different types of weather, using a variety of printmaking techniques. The print has his trademark ‘symphonic margins’, inspired by the marginal decorations of medieval manuscripts, that draw out and enlarge upon elements of the same print.
The print carries Buhot’s stamp, the monogrammed owl, and his signature.