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The Fells and Lune from Kirkby Lonsdale Churchyard

Photo credit: Brontë Parsonage Museum

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Joseph Ogden was a Lancashire-born art teacher and landscapist, later head of the Sydney Cooper School of Art in Canterbury, Kent. Kirkby Lonsdale was used by Charlotte Brontë as the model of Lowton in her novel 'Jane Eyre'. Cowan Bridge, where Emily and Charlotte attended boarding school, is only a couple of miles distant.

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oil on canvas board


H 15.7 x W 24 cm (E)

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presented by Mrs Ogden, the artist's widow, 1928

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The Fells & Lune from Kirkby Lonsdale Churchyard A


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