The Quadrangle University College Cork, - Pen & Watercolour Sketch - Giclée Print by Bernice Cooke Mounted to 10" x 8"
I don't know what it is about the Quad buildings in both UCC and NUI there seems to be an Oxford feel to them or maybe I watch too much Inspector Morse.
The Quad was built for Queens College Cork around 1847 and opened in November 1849. It was built using Cork limestone known for its very light colour, the architects were Sir Thomas Deane (1782-1871), and Benjamin Woodward (1819-1861) well known in their field using Gothic Style and also designed two university museum buildings, in Dublin and in Oxford, possibly why it gives me the Inspector Morse vibe.
The term 'Quadrangle' refers to both the four-sided space enclosed, and to the buildings that enclose it.
- The original image was drawn using pigment ink fine liner pens and watercolour pencils and paint.
- This is a limited edition print on Archival Hahnemuhle Fine Art paper with professional light-fast inks.
- Each high-quality print is individually titled, numbered, and signed by the Artist Bernice Cooke.
- The print size is 8" x 6" presented in an Antique White mount measuring 10” x 8”. It comes carefully packaged in a clear sleeve, dispatched in a board-backed envelope.
- The Print is sold unframed.
This image is copyright of the artist Bernice Cooke ©2020 (Image reproduction rights do not transfer with the sale of the print.)