Christiania: Winckelmann & Sönner. Undated, mid 1850s. Chromolithograph title and 7 chromolithograph plates with 8 pages of trilingual text. In original binding with leather spine, gilt stamped cloth boards with printed pasted title. 29.5 x 40 cms.
The summer palace of Oscarshall, on the peninsula of Bygdøy, Oslo was commissioned by King Oscar I and Queen Josephine, and was completed in 1852. The palace, with its secondary buildings and surrounding park, is considered to be one of the finest examples of Neo-Gothic architecture in Norway, built by the Danish architect Johan Henrik Nebelung.