The South Gate was a magnificent gateway with its own fortifications in the form of a ditch which had to be crossed by a bridge.
The South Gate, Exeter by Thomas Rowlandson, c. 18001805
© Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery
- Pen & grey and brown ink & watercolour over pencil
- 17.5 x 24 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £540 ( Total: £2,223)
- Acquired in:
The bridge was demolished in 1819 to cope with the increase in traffic.
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