King's Hall, Wisbech

Frederick Waters Watts (1800 - Hampstead 1862)
National Trust Inventory Number 781623

Category Paintings
Date Unknown
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 13 x 26 inches
Place of origin
Collection Peckover House, Cambridgeshire (Accredited Museum)
On show at Peckover House, Cambridgeshire, East of England, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, King's Hall, Wisbech by Frederick Waters Watts (1800 - Hampstead 1862). Large house on the left, a small road centre and small houses on the right, in foreground a river, the small embankment enclosed with a shot white fence with a gap in the centre. A small rowing boat with three figures is heading towards the gap. Figures on the land. Inscribed on the stern of the rowing boat (very indistinct): [F. W. ] / Watts. King's Hall used to be at the junction of Barton Road and North Brink, now demolished. White-painted frame.

Marks and inscriptions

On stem of boat: [F. W. ?] / Watts

Makers and roles

Frederick Waters Watts (1800 - Hampstead 1862) , artist

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Place of origin
Materials Canvas (9937)
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Periods
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Subjects
Object Type Oil painting (16488)

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