A bird's eye view of Sprotbrough Hall gardens and surrounding countryside.
View of Sprotbrough Hall by Unknown Artist, 1760
© Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery
- 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.
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