Hadleigh Hall, Suffolk
Artist: Blore, Edward
Medium: Pencil on paper
View of The Deanery Tower, at Hadleigh in Suffolk.
This imposing, fortified tower is the surviving fragment of an archdeacon's palace, built in 1495. The tower is a superb example of early tudor brickwork, with panelled
and embattled turrets reaching six storeys in height. The Deanery house, which was rebuilt in 1831, is noted for its Georgian panelling and brick vaulted ceilings.