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A Woodland Sketch

John Burgess (Jnr) (1813-1874) A Woodland Sketch Pencil on paper 260mm x 360mm A drawing of trees in a wood.

Atherstone. Out Woods

Part of Out Woods, Atherstone. 1960s

Atherstone. View towards the town

A country scene, somewhere near Atherstone. 1800s

Bishops Tachbrook. Oakley Wood

Oakley Wood, Bishops Tachbrook. 1928

Brailes, Lower. Tree felling

Group of men with felled tree, axes and saw. Not professional tree fellers. Lower Brailes. 1910s

Brailes. Banbury Road near Hook Norton turning

A leafy country lane with a man and his dog, Brailes. 1914

Chesterton. Woods

Chesterton Woods, with the road running through. 1930s. The route of this road has been altered from that seen here.

Coleshill. Chelmsley Woods

Footpath among the trees in Chelmsley Woods, near Coleshill. 1900s

Crater of the Architectural Geyser, Lower Basin

A sepia photograph entitled Crater of the Architectural Geyser, Lower Basin, by W.H.Jackson. The picture shows a geyser and rock formations and water surrounded by a wooded landscape W.H.Jackson was a ...

Curdworth. Woodcutters

Thatched barn and carts. Woodcutters sawing tree trunks. Curdworth. 1895

Dunchurch. Buccleuch Estate, foresters

Group of foresters on the Duke of Buccleuch's Estate, Dunchurch. 1900

Edgehill. Beech woods

Lady sitting on a rustic seat under a yew tree in the beechwoods at Edgehill. 1900s

Edgehill. Prospect House

A view through the trees at Prospect House, Edgehill. 1930s

Edgehill. Road through beech woods

Road through the beech woods at Edgehill. 1930s

George Tuberville, The Noble Art of Venerie or Hunting, 1611 - A royal picnic, p.91.

A picnic for Shakespeare's royal patron. Among the many engravings of huntsmen and their dogs that illustrate Turberville’s book of the chase, is this of the mid-day break for a meal with wine, ...

George Tuberville, The Noble Art of Venerie or Hunting, 1611 - p. 35.

Hunting with dogs as in Shakespeare's plays. Turberville’s handbook covers the training of dogs for hunting deer or hare. The woodcut illustrations show the kind of hunt Shakespeare would have ...

Great Falls of the Yellowstone, 397 Feet

A sepia photograph entitled Great Falls of the Yellowstone, 397 Feet, by W.H.Jackson. The picture shows a waterfall in a mountainous and wooded landscape W.H.Jackson was a photographer for the United ...

Hot Spring and Castle Geyser

A sepia photograph entitled Hot Spring and Castle Geyser, by W.H.Jackson. The picture shows a spring and a geyser in a wooded landscapeW.H.Jackson was a photographer for the United States Geological ...

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