Bishton Hall - Temple near Wolseley Bridge: sepia wash drawing

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Date:1837 - 1838 (c.)

Description:Showing a classical Temple in the grounds of Bishton Hall, with one pediment which has been erected over an arched channel [?boathouse], at the side of the river. Wolseley Bridge, with three arches can be seen in the distance.Anonymous, [Thomas Peploe Wood.]

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Donor ref:SV-III.149b (45/7789)

Source: William Salt Library

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