View of Sprotbrough Hall by Unknown Artist

A bird's eye view of Sprotbrough Hall gardens and surrounding countryside.


Oil on wood
83 x 151 cm
Art Fund grant:
£4,330 ( Total: £17,500)
Acquired in:
Rutland Gallery

The house was built and grounds laid out 1690 by Sir Joseph Copley, one of the earliest laid-out parks in this part of Yorkshire.


In the collection of the late Lord Cromwell, whose family seat was Sprotbrough until its sale and demolition in 1926.

Venue details

Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery Chequer Road, DONCASTER South Yorkshire DN1 2AE 01302 734293

Entry details

Free to all

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