Judas Maccabaeus

Admission Ticket
1857 (printed)
Image of Gallery in South Kensington
On display at V&A South Kensington
Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

An unused one guinea, north stall, ticket for admission to Judas Maccabaeus at the Crystal Palace Grand Handel Festival, 17th June 1857. Text information presented within in a decorative general-purpose Passe-partout frames by Wyatt, printed in brown with gold and blue colouring, featuring; foliage, musical instruments, personifications of Harmony and Melody and a portrait of Handel.


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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Colour lithography and letterpress
Brief Description
An unused one guinea, north stall, ticket for admission to Judas Maccabaeus at the Crystal Palace Grand Handel Festival, 17th June 1857. Colour lithography and letterpress. Designed and made by Matthew Digby Wyatt. England. 1857.
Physical Description
An unused one guinea, north stall, ticket for admission to Judas Maccabaeus at the Crystal Palace Grand Handel Festival, 17th June 1857. Text information presented within in a decorative general-purpose Passe-partout frames by Wyatt, printed in brown with gold and blue colouring, featuring; foliage, musical instruments, personifications of Harmony and Melody and a portrait of Handel.
Dimensions
  • Average size of a group of similar objects, 21032.12 to 21032.17. height: 10.6cm
  • Average size of a group of similar objects, 21032.12 to 21032.17. width: 17.9cm
Subjects depicted
Place Depicted
Associated Objects
Bibliographic Reference
Edge, Kevin. The Art of Selling Songs : Graphics for the Music Business, 1690-1990. London : Futures Publications, 1991.
Collection
Accession Number
21032:14

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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