The Old Dee Bridge, Chester by Edmund Garvey

The view is taken from the south bank of the river Dee, an area which is now a park called Edgar's Field.


Details

Medium:
Oil on canvas Dimensions: 62.3 x 99.3 cm
Art Fund grant:
£1,725 ( Total: £6,900)
Acquired in:
2001
Vendor:
Phillips de Pury

Dee Mills, where corn was ground are on the right and through the bridge arches, the weir can be seen, which was built to provide power for the mills.

Provenance

Purchased for the national headquarters of Martins Bank in Water Street, Liverpool, probably in the 1960s; Barclays Bank when they acquired Martins Bank, 1969.

Venue details

Grosvenor Museum 27 Grosvenor Street, CHESTER Cheshire CH1 2DD 01244 972 197 www.cheshirewestmuseums.co.uk

Entry details

Free to all

Mon – Sat, 10.30am – 5pm
Sun,1pm – 4pm

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