John Preston Neale (1780-1847) was an architectural draughtsman. See the Dictionary of National Biography for further details.
Pencil drawings by John Preston Neale of Oxfordshire views, county seats and churches.
Includes drawings of: Enstone, 1822; Dorchester, n.d.; Blenheim Palace, 1822-3; Charlbury, 1814; Cokethorpe Park, 1824; Caversham Park, 1824; Glympton Park, 1822; Ditchley Park, 1822; Shirburn Castle, 1816; Stonor Park, 1822; St. Peter in the East, Oxford, 1824; St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford, 1824; St. Mary Magdalen, Oxford, 1824; Chipping Norton church, 1814; Iffley mill, 1826; Witney church, 1814; barn at Nettlebed, n.d.; Dorchester church, 1816, 1824; Bicester, 1826; Eynsham, 1814; 'Four Shires Stone', Chastleton, 1814; Henley, 1817; Benson, 1816; and Thame, 1816.
Bought by the Library, Christie's, 24 March 1982, lot 103.Access Conditions
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A description is available in the Library, where there is also a card index to unpublished catalogues.Publication Note
See John Preston Neale Views of the seats of noblemen and gentlemen III, (1st series, 1818-23), plates 55, 57-9, 65; John Preston Neale Views of the seats of noblemen and gentlemen, I (2nd series, 1824-9), plates 31-2; and John Preston Neale and John Le Keux Views of the most interesting collegiate and parochial churches II (1825), plates 5-6, 8 and 10.
Architectural drawing | England | Oxfordshire
Topographical drawing | England | Oxfordshire
Neale | John Preston | 1780-1847 | architectural draughtsman
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