The Lawns, Warham

Painted, 1908

These trees appear to be part of a group planted to enhance the view from Warham House, looking towards Belmont, not far from Brian's home in Broomy Hill. Two of the three trees remain. On the left is a London plane, in the middle stands a Turkey oak, the third tree is no longer there. These are not indiginous species, they were introduced and first planted in Britain about 200 years ago, for their architectural appearance in parks and gardens. The house and lawns are just off the view to the right.

  • Acc No: 1975-7/549
  • Date: 1908
  • Period: Modern
  • Collection: Fine Art
  • Technique: Painted
  • Medium: Oil
  • Creator: HATTON, Brian
  • Name:
The Lawns, Warham

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