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Artist's description:

A local project in Masham, North Yorkshire, blending archive pictures with new.
Finding the identical vantage point was a challenge, ranging from up the church spire, to the bedrooms and offices of local folk. It was also a fascinating insight into the perspective and abilities of turn of the century equipment.

Fisher’s Hall, Hackfall.
This looks like a Sunday School outing - probably Masham’s Merry Methodists or perhaps Sunshine Corner from the Bapist chapel. They’re standing un front of Fisher’s Hall, a folly named after the head gardener of the Aislaby family who created the wilderness garden of Hackfall. “Hackfall was the wilderness garden dreamed and made by John and William Aislaby when every Georgian squire felt suddenly inclined to stud their estates with follies. John fell spectacularly from grace after, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, he took a bribe worth £20 million in today’s money, and was banged up in the Tower before coming home to Yorkshire in disgrace. Perhaps Hackfall was his attempt at redemption.” From Northern Soul by Ian Scott Massie.

Fisher's Hall (2018)

$120.11

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This artwork is sold by Steve Christian from United Kingdom

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