A lovely original Antique Etching of Oat Hall Wivelsfield by Richard H. Nibbs (1816–1893), an English painter and illustrator who exhibited at the Royal Academy.
19th Century Antique Etching of Oat Hall Wivelsfield by RH Nibbs
Originally produced for the “Sussex Churches” series in 1850-1851 by RH Nibbs. This etching captures a portion of the old Oat Hall; now called Great Ote Hall, which dates back to the 16th century.
In a good clean antique condition with a few age spots to the paper, but this simply adds to the charm and history of the piece. This would make a lovely addition to a gallery wall.