Sketchbook of Thomas Henry Graham of views recording a tour in Scotland and northern England Edit

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Identifier
Acc.13510

Dates

  • 1812 (Creation)

Extents

  • 0.00 linear metres (Whole)
    1 volume

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  • Physical Description

    0.00 linear metres1 volume140.00 x 145.00 millimetres

  • Dimensions

    140.00 x 145.00 millimetres

  • Scope and Contents

    Thomas Henry Graham`s sketchbook provides a visual record of a tour in Scotland of 1812. The sketchbook opens with several drawings of views of and near to his home Edmond Castle, in Cumbria. Graham travelled to Scotland via Northumberland and there are drawings of Newcastle, Alnwick, Belford Castle, Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Islands. Drawings in Scotland include views of Dunbar, Edinburgh, the firth of Forth, Holyrood House, Leith Harbour, Glasgow, Dumbarton Castle, the Cairndow Inn at Loch Fyne, Hamilton Palace and Gretna.

  • Immediate Source of Acquisition

    Bought, Samuel Gedge, Norwich.14 May 2014

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