Artist sketch; O2018.4

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Howick Historical Village

Name/Title

Artist sketch

About this object


A pen and ink drawing entitled "Cardonness, 20Aug 1851"
Drawing features the old castle tower, a sheep, and two young women - one sliding down the hill, the other running towards the bushes.

Cardonness Castle is in Scotland, but it is likely this was drawn by a member of the Morrow or Bole family.

Period

1850s

Place Made

Ireland

Medium and Materials

Paper, ink

Inscription and Marks

"Cardonness, 20Aug 1851"

Measurements

13.2 x 13.5 cms

Subject and Association Description

Col Arthur Morrow married Mariamne Buckland and they lived at Simla, Newmarket.
Arthur's mother was Eliza Bole, and it appears the Bole family, like the Morrows had artistic skills.






Object Type

Sketch

Object number

O2018.4

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