Brecon Bridge and Castle

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A double arched stone bridge over a river with a ruined castle at the upper right background. A second bridge can be seen in the background through the left arch of the foreground bridge. There is a thatched cottage to the right end of the bridge, in front of the castle.

Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester

Title

Brecon Bridge and Castle

Date

c.1795

Medium

watercolour & pencil, on paper

Measurements

H 23.6 x W 34 cm

Accession number

1917.92

Acquisition method

Mr James Thomas Blair bequest, 1917

Work type

Watercolour

Signature/marks description

unsigned

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