Geometrical Elevations [...] of the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Norwich, St Paul's London, St Peter's Rome, and the Great Pyramid of Egypt, to one scale.' by T. H. Clarke

Geometrical Elevations [...] of the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Norwich, St Paul's London, St Peter's Rome, and the Great Pyramid of Egypt, to one scale.'

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Geometrical Elevations [...] of the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Norwich, St Paul's London, St Peter's Rome, and the Great Pyramid of Egypt, to one scale.' by T. H. Clarke zoom

Geometrical Elevations [...] of the Cathedrals of Salisbury, Norwich, St Paul's London, St Peter's Rome, and the Great Pyramid of Egypt, to one scale.'

This artistic representation of various important Cathedrals mainly English, all drawn to the same scale, one inside the other and all inside the Great Pyramid of Egypt makes for an interesting way of graphically showing their comparative sizes. There are a number of ways of interpreting this - the choice of structures to include; the detail shown or not shown; the apparent scientific precision of the artwork - many of which might suggest the artist was attempting to make a political point about science, religion and history while at the same time presenting his or her work as an uncontroversial teaching aid. Material such as this which could be seen as primarily designed for teaching purposes has an important place in the Herschel collection as a means through which the Herschel children were taught scientific principles within the context of prevailing views on the place of England and religion within the world.
T. H. Clarke

Original size: 386 mm x 527 mm

  • Image reference: PY6085

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