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Hornby Castle, Lancashire

Photo credit: Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

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This painting depicts Hornby Castle in Lancashire in a view from the high ground across the River Lune, above its confluence with the River Wenning in the foreground. The wooded slope beyond still exists as Hornby Park Wood and the most distant fell is Ingleborough.

Warrington Museum & Art Gallery

Warrington

Title

Hornby Castle, Lancashire

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 105 x W 153 cm

Accession number

WAGMG : 1950.4

Acquisition method

gift, 1950

Work type

Painting

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