Fisherwick Hall: aquatint engraving

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Date:1797

Description:Showing the new house from plans of Lancelot Browne, finished in 1774. South east view of an immense building with a central portico supporting a pediment. Along the frieze the MDCCLXXIV. There are stables to the left, and an Orangery in the park to the right. Engraved by F. Jukes after a drawing by Rev. S. Shaw.


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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 ...

1800s
Fisherwick Hall: aquatint engraving
Fisherwick Hall: aquatint engraving

South east view described as 'South and East fronts of Fisherwick House after its ...

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Donor ref:SV-IV.195 (45/8093)

Source: William Salt Library

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