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In the centre middleground rises the seventeenth-century castle, as imagined by Dawson. On the left of the picture is a plateau of land, where the main groups of figures are assembled. In the foreground, a horseman gallops up to the plateau, while a group of women and a cavalier survey the scene. Behind this small group is a platoon of troops, their pikes raised n the air, facing the major group of figures.
oil on canvas
147.3 x 238.8 cm
purchased from Mrs Clara Colls, 1912