English Country Manor House Prints - A Pair
Offered are two reproduction prints of English country manor houses:
The Armley House in Yorkshire and Lower Eatington Hall in Warwickshire
“Armley House, Yorkshire” from the original drawing by J.P. Neale.
The Armley House, now known as Gotts Park Mansion, was purchased by Benjamin Gott in 1804 and was remodeled from 1810-1822. Its the first example of Greek Revival architecture in West Yorkshire.
“Lower Eatington Hall, Warwickshire” drawn by J.P. Neale, engraved by W. Radclyffe.
sight of each 12½ by 17 inches
frame of each 23 by 27¾ inches
Framed triple matted in gilt frames.
The print and framing are in excellent condition with minor wear to the frame surface.