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Vignettes in Three Connected Circles: First Presbyterian Church on Wall Street in 1718; Lutheran Church on Broadway, Burned in 1776; Synagogue on South William Street, New York City

Vignettes in Three Connected Circles: First Presbyterian Church on Wall Street in 1718; Lutheran Church on Broadway, Burned in 1776; Synagogue on South William Street, New York City
Title
Vignettes in Three Connected Circles: First Presbyterian Church on Wall Street in 1718; Lutheran Church on Broadway, Burned in 1776; Synagogue on South William Street, New York City
Date 
ca. 1867
Medium 
Watercolor and black ink over graphite, with gold metallic pigment, on heavy beige paper with gold upper edge
Dimensions 
Sheet (irregular): 11 5/16 x 7 1/2 in. (28.7 x 19.1 cm)
Description 
One of a group of watercolor and ink wash drawings of Old New York, some after engravings, drawings, or prints, found in a gold-tooled green leather over wood folder, with marbleized end papers and a printed bookplate, featureing a putto and inscribed "EX LIBRIS / Charlotte Greenough".
Object Number 
Z.3677.1
Inscriptions 
Inscribed at lower center outside framing lines in black ink: "FACSIMILLIED FROM [David] GRIM'S DRAWINGS."; numbered in graphite at lower right: "42".
Due to ongoing research, information about this object is subject to change.
Creative: Tronvig Group