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Pen and ink, Wash, Manuscript Created date: 1777
These are Sir William Burrell’s notes on St Andrew’s Church at Bishopstone, Sussex, which he visited during a tour of th...
Pen and ink, Manuscript Created date: 1777
These are notes on the village of Bishopstone, Sussex, which Burrell visited during a tour of the county with Francis Gr...
Manuscript, Pen and wash over pencil Created date: 1780
This pen and wash drawing by Arthur Young (1741–1820) depicts a traditional Irish cabin, and its inhabitants. The view ...
Watercolour, Pen and Ink, View, Manuscript Created date: about 1573-5
This is one of the oldest depictions of Stonehenge in existence, and the first to have been drawn on site. The image was...
Watercolour, Pen and Ink, Manuscript Created date: 1590
This drawing of Trethevy Quoit in Cornwall is from a unique manuscript by John Norden. Surveyor to Elizabeth I (1533-160...
Manuscript Created date: 1325–1350
The Roman de Brut by Wace is the earliest surviving vernacular chronicle of British history written in Norman French. It...