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[picture: Front Cover, Sussex]

Pictures from Sussex Painted by Wilfrid Ball (1906).

Wilfrid Ball was born in 1853 and died in 1917.

Title: Sussex Painted

Author: Ball, Wilfrid

Published by: Adam & Charles Black

City: London

Date: 1906

Total items: 11

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Glynde]

Glynde

An English village near Lewes; the painting shows a half-timbered house with a red tile roof. [$]

[picture: 98.---Hurstmonceaux Castle]

98.—Hurstmonceaux Castle

The modern spelling is Herstmonceux. It’s hard to relate this painting to the picture on the official Herstmonceux Web site, but it’s also clear they are of the same place. [more...] [$]

[picture: Front Cover, Sussex]

Front Cover, Sussex

By 1906 most books were being sold already bound, and cover designs were very much part of attracting sales. This book is bound in dark green cloth, with greenish-yellow writing and [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Mickleham Priory]

Mickleham Priory

Ths priory shown here was by 1906 a private dwelling; there was a priory in the village of Mickleham as far back as 1253; there was a church in the village [...] [more...] [$]

[picture: Bodiam Castle]

Bodiam Castle

Bodiam Castle in Sussex dates from 1385; follow the Bodiam link for at least one more picture of this picturesque castle. [more...] [$]


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abbeys backgrounds book covers buildings castles churches colour entrances houses manors moats page images people rivers roman remains roofs ruins title pages towers trees villages wallpaper water

Places shown:

Arundel ·Battle ·Bodiam ·East Sussex ·Glynde ·Herstmonceaux ·Mickleham ·Pevensey ·Robertsbridge ·Singleton ·Sussex ·none

Pictures from Sussex Painted by Wilfrid Ball (1906).

Wilfrid Ball was born in 1853 and died in 1917.


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