Pottergate, Richmond, Yorkshire

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Date:1847

Description:This is an oil painting on canvas depicting a streetscene in Richmond, Yorkshire. The painting is by J. S. Newton and dates from 1847, and Newton included his father's business in the painting, as over the door on the left is a sign reading 'Newton, Painter, gilder, paper hanger'. In the foreground is a small man who is Harry Pickall, private postman to the Marquis of Zetland. On the left is Jackie Patterson, the cleaner of the local privies.

Framed size Height 732mm, Width 868mm, Depth 45mm


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