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Chartley Castle: pencil and wash drawing

Showing the ruins of one of the towers, framed by trees.Anonymous, [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Chartley Castle: red-sepia drawing

Showing the ruins of the Court-yard, including embrasures for windows, up to the second story. There is a flag among the trees to the right.'T. P. W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Chartley Castle: sepia wash drawing

'Chartley Castle from Cage Hill,' showing a pastoral view with the Castle and the hill in the distance, and sheep in the foreground.'T.P.W.,' [Thomas Peploe Wood].

Croxden Abbey

A watercolour painting by Henri Gastineau (1791-1876). This view shows the west wall of the chapter house and the high transept wall, exterior, from the south east. The Cistercian Abbey of Croxden ...

Croxden Abbey: engraving

'Croxden Abbey.' Showing the remains of the building.'F. Calvert, del., [drawn]; I. Court, sc., [engraved]; W. Emans, [Bromsgrove Street], Birmingham, publisher.'

Croxden Abbey: engraving

'The North-East View of Croxton-Abby in the County of Stafford.' [Taken from the north west, the outside.] Showing the west doorway and the length of a wall of the guest house on the right. Also showing ...

Croxden Abbey: engraving

'Croxden Abbey, showing the remains of the south transept of the Church and part of the cloisters.' North east view. 'Engraved by Hay after a drawing by W. Carter for `The Beauties of England and Wales''; ...

Croxden Abbey: lithograph

'Croxden Abbey, view across the Nave,' taken from the north west, showing chiefly the west entrance. Plate III.'E. W. Septi., 1852, [drawn]; Lithographed by Newman & Co., 48 Watling St., London.'

Croxden Abbey: pen and ink drawing

Showing the cloister and the south transept from the south west. Anonymous.

Croxden Abbey: pen and ink drawing

Showing the cloister and the south transept from the east. Anonymous.

Croxden Abbey: sepia drawing

'View of the remains of Croxden Abbey, from the Cloister Court.''J. Buckler.'

Croxden Abbey: sepia drawing

'Croxden Abby Staffordshire Aug 6th 1772,' looking towards the west doorway from the road within. Artist: S. Bentley.

Croxden Abbey: steel engraving

'Remains of Croxden Abbey,' looking from the cloisters, from the north west.'Engraved by J. Storer for `The Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet,' from a drawing by R. Blore. Published by W. Clarke, ...

Croxden Abbey: steel engraving

'Croxden Abbey,' from the north east. Anonymous.

Croxden Abbey: water colour painting

Showing a view across the nave to the Chapter House arches, from the north west. Artist: 'T. Fradgley, 1831.'

Croxden Abbey: water colour painting

Interior view showing a view of the ruins from the north east.'J. Buckler.'

Croxden Abbey: water colour painting

Showing the interior of the abbey looking towards the south west, showing the west door and the south aisle wall, with the remains of the south transept. Anonymous, [S. Shaw]

Croxden Abbey: water colour painting

Interior of the abbey looking towards the west, from the east end. Anonymous, [possibly the same artist as Burton, Nos. SV II.171a and b.]