This is an etching of the outside of St. Paul's Cathedral in London, England, bustling with many people mingling around. You can see the statue of Queen Anne that stands in front of St Paul's. This etching was done by Joseph Pennell, an American artist (1860-1926) in 1905, which had an Edition of 30. There was an additional edition published by Gesellschaft fur Verviefaltigende Kunst in 1910, but none of those were signed.
Joseph Pennell was born in Philadelphia, where he first studied, but like his friend, James McNeill Whistler, he later went to Europe and made his home in London.
This piece is framed, in standard black frame from the period. It is signed by the artist on the lower middle. The image size is 9" x 11". I have not inspected the piece out of the frame, but by appearances it looks to be in good condition.
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