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Stonehenge, 2 May 1816

Photo credit: Wiltshire Museum

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Inscribed on reverse: 'South west view of the Druidical. Temple of Stonehenge on Stonehenge Plain, from the Great Stone called the Friar's Heel. Francis Etheridge (2 May) 1816'. Painting depicts two figures next to the heel stone.

Wiltshire Museum



Stonehenge, 2 May 1816




oil on board


H 25.5 x W 32 cm

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purchased, 2002

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Inscription description

south west view of the Druidical Temple of Stonehenge on Stonehenge Plain from the Great Stone called the Friar's Heel. Francis Etheridge 2 May 1816


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