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Ilam Hall

Ilam Hall

Date: 1839 - 1841 (c.)

Description: Oil painting by Thomas Peploe Wood (1817-1845). In the distance can be seen Ilam Hall.

The Ilam estate was bought from the Port family by Jesse Watts Russell, a wealthy manufacturer, in the early 19th century. Between 1821 and 1826 he rebuilt Ilam Hall in the Gothic style, using the architect John Shaw the Elder. Originally the hall was a large mansion house, most of which was demolished during the 1930s. It became a youth hostel.

Dimensions: height - 380mm, width - 615mm

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Image creators: Mr Wood, Thomas Peploe (Creator)

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Donor Ref: ' G95.003.0001  (83/15654)'

Source: Shire Hall Gallery / Staffordshire Arts & Museum Service

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