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  • A Cricket Match in Devonshire Street

    Pen and ink, Monochrome wash, View

    Samuel Hieronymus Grimm was born in Switzerland but it was in England that he spent most of his life and found success a...

  • A Service in Bath Abbey

    Watercolour

    Samuel Hieronymus Grimm was born in Switzerland but it was in England that he spent most of his life and found success a...

  • Dinner on Pinnacle Island

    Watercolour, Monochrome wash

    Samuel Hieronymus Grimm made his living accompanying well-to-do patrons on their travels around England in the late 18th...

  • Drawings of Arundel and West Dean, Sussex

    Watercolour, Pen and ink, Wash, View

    Grimm’s work in Sussex for the antiquary Sir William Burrell (1732-96) resulted in nearly nine hundred finished watercol...

  • Drawings of England by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm

    Pen and ink, Wash, Watercolour, View

    Grimm traversed the country recording ‘everything curious’ for Sir Richard Kaye in the late 18th century. The five drawi...

  • Drawings of Sussex by Samuel Hieronymus Grimm

    Watercolour, Pen and ink, Wash, View

    Between 1780 and 1791 (excluding 1786) Grimm spent two weeks from every Whitsun making views in Sussex for the antiquary...

  • Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire

    Watercolour

    Samuel Hieronymus Grimm was born in Switzerland but it was in England that he spent most of his life and found success a...

  • Kirkby in Ashfield Church

    Pencil drawing, Pen and ink, Monochrome wash, View

    Grimm painted this scene outside St Wilfrid’s Church during a visit to Kirkby to see his friend and patron, the Reverend...

  • Stanton Drew, Druidical Stones

    Pen and ink, Monochrome wash, View

    Stanton Drew in Somerset is the location of one of England’s largest and most mysterious stone circles. Little is known ...

  • The distribution of His Majesty's Maundy, by the S...

    Pen and ink, Watercolour, View

    Watercolours of the interior of the Chapel Royal with George III and Charlotte watching from the royal box as the poor l...