Back Part of the Ruins of Netherhall in the parish of Roydon, Essex
Medium: Pencil on paper
A pencil sketch of the interior of the ruins of Nether Hall in Essex. Nether Hall is an early Tudor Manor House. It has an large entrance gatehouse with two polygonal towers which are three stories high. The remaining standing buildings are built of brick with blue brick diaper (an all over surface decoration of a small repeated pattern) work and decorated with trefoiled corbel friezes. This print show beyond the gatehouse, where some of the walls of the rooms of the inner courtyard remain almost as high as the gatehouse.