Bristol from the South by Francis Danby

This watercolour provides an excellent topographical view of Bristol in the early 19th century, depicting the town as a city of churches, lying in a vale between the high ground of Bedminster in the foreground and the downs of Clifton in the far distance.

Details

Medium:
Watercolour
Dimensions:
25 x 35 cm
Acquired in:
1944
Presented by:
Colonel Frederick Samuel through The Art Fund

Venue details

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery Queen's Road, BRISTOL Bristol BS8 1RL 0117 922 3571 www.bristolmuseums.org.uk

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