Fisherwick Hall: aquatint engraving

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Date:1800 - 1899 (c.)

Description:South east view described as 'South and East fronts of Fisherwick House after its proposed diminution.' (The roof and top widows have been lowered.) Aquatint in red sepia.'G. S. Hughes, del.,' [drawn.]


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1650s
Fisherwick Hall: copper-plate engraving
Fisherwick Hall: copper-plate engraving

A south south east prospect showing a Tudor building of brick, with a large bay ...

1770s
Fisherwick Hall: water colour painting
Fisherwick Hall: water colour painting

Showing the new house from plans of Lancelot Browne, finished in 1774. South east ...

1790s
Fisherwick Hall: aquatint engraving
Fisherwick Hall: aquatint engraving

Showing the new house from plans of Lancelot Browne, finished in 1774. South east ...

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Donor ref:SV-IV.194a (45/8091)

Source: William Salt Library

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