Fine art photography of the Old Library, Queens’ College Cambridge presented as part of the large Illuminating Cambridge Libraries series. A Cambridge gem, Queens’ Old Library was originally built in 1448 and many original features are still in place. Eventually, the standing lecterns and chaining systems were removed and the bookcases were extended creating a unique configuration. The library is often open to the public for exhibitions and talks. Several photos from this library were shortlisted for Historic Photographer of the Year and for the Int’l Photo Awards and Winner in Cultural Interior for Architecture Photography Awards (2022)
This photographic collection of the Old Library at Queens’ College Cambridge was photographed in 2017 and contains 106 images, a small selection of which are shown below and available as giclee prints in many sizes.
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