The William Henry Fox Talbot Catalogue Raisonné


Object within Schaaf no. 4600

St. Martin's Church, Canterbury

Object details

Image size: h 22.1cm x w 17.2cm

Paper size: h 22.3cm x w 17.5cm

Object Type: Paper Negative-Camera

Physical description: waxed; top corners torn away

The British Library, gift of Janet and Petronella Burnett-Brown, 1 March 2006
Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey, National Trust (00281)

Owner: The British Library

Object owner number: Talbot Photo 1(55)

Collection: Talbot Collection

This object is part of Schaaf no. 4600

St. Martin's Church, Canterbury

Location: Cantebury

Keywords: Church Architecture

A view from the West side, a boy holding a stick or a cane can be seen sitting on the church steps.

St. Martin's Church is the oldest Church in in the English speaking world still used for worship. St. Augustine set up his mission here when he arrived from Rome in 597 AD to convert the English