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Panoramic View of Leyland and Farington

© the artist's estate / Bridgeman Images. Photo credit: South Ribble Museum and Exhibition Centre

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An unusually large painting by local artist James Allen Hill, showing the industrial town of Leyland, Lancashire, viewed from the Pennine foothills. This is a rare view of the town, exploring the strongly rural setting on the edge of the Lancashire plain.

South Ribble Museum and Exhibition Centre





oil on board


H 73 x W 91 cm

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purchased from the artist

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Inscription description

J Allen Hill 1955


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South Ribble Museum and Exhibition Centre

The Old Grammar School, Church Road, Leyland, Lancashire PR25 3FJ England

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