A small number of Andrew Ingamells' recent etching of the House is still available for sale. This meticulously detailed original print, which includes an architectural description, is the first copper plate engraving or etching of The House from an aerial perspective since David Loggan’s celebrated work in the 1670s, and the first, therefore, to include Tom Tower.
From a signed numbered edition limited to 195 etchings only
Updated: Friday 4th October 2013 13:02
Launched in April 2006, the University of Oxford rings are now available to all current students and alumni as matriculation or graduation rings. These bespoke ringsnot only serve as a piece of bespoke jewellery, but also uniquely commemorate your time at such a prestigious and traditional university. And, as the official matriculation and graduation rings of the University, the distinctive design is universally unmistakable.
Updated: Thursday 21st January 2010 12:46
Written by the former Assistant Curator, Christopher Baker, this short guide to the collections of the Picture Gallery provides an authoritative introduction to the history of the collection and detailed commentaries on thirty of the most important drawings and paintings. The guide features full-page colour plates and acts as an ideal complement to a visit to the gallery or as a gift for anyone interested in Christ Church’s collections.
Updated: Thursday 12th August 2010 9:43
Limited edition prints of Christ Church by old member Holly Brodie are available to buy from the Development and Alumni Office. Prints are mounted and cost £48 each, plus postage and packing (UK: £8), with £12.50 being donated to college funds. The prints show Tom Quad as viewed from Fell Tower, capturing Christ Church's most unique features in a single image.
Updated: Wednesday 6th March 2013 10:09
These architectural prints of the College have been produced by Oxford based company Virtual Archive. The prints are unique to Virtual Archive and are made with the finest quality archival materials. All the prints are limited editions, individually numbered and signed.
Please visit the Virtual Archive website to view more prints or place an order.
Updated: Monday 29th March 2010 14:36