Blithfield Hall: engraving

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Description:North west view of the Tudor mansion, as seen from the garden. The north side of the Hall was altered a great deal in later years. The west front with five gables remains largely unaltered. Inscribed to Sir Walter Bagot by R. P. L. L. D., [Robert Plot].'M. Burghers delin. et sculp.,' [drawn and engraved.]

Blithfield Hall, the home of the Bagot family since 1367, is a medieval house with later additions. The house was re-modelled in a Tudor castellated style in 1820-1824; the architect was possibly John Buckler.


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Blithfield Hall: water colour painting
Blithfield Hall: water colour painting

The south range, shown prior to the alterations of 1820-1824. (The original for ...

Blithfield Hall: steel engraving
Blithfield Hall: steel engraving

South west view of the Hall. Taken from an Almanac heading dated 1798. Anonymous. Blithfield ...

Blithfield Hall: steel engraving
Blithfield Hall: steel engraving

South south east view of the Hall.(Similar to SV II.64.)'J.P.Neale, del., [drawn]; ...

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Donor ref:SV-II.70a (45/7671)

Source: William Salt Library

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