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Cranmere Pool, Dartmoor

Representing a remote body of water in the moorlands, this piece depicts Cranmere Pool. A small landmark in the large northern half of the Dartmoor wilderness of Devon, England, the...

Yes Tor near Okehampton, Dartmoor

This particular representation of Yes Tor in Dartmoor, Devon, England, is a rarity in Widgery’s landscapes. In the distant background, the viewer perceives the second highest point of all of...

Sacred Circle, Mis Tor, Langstone Moor, Dartmoor

The artist was commissioned to produce 22 watercolours of Dartmoor scenes to illustrate a revised edition of Samuel Rowe’s A Perambulation of Dartmoor, published in 1896. He represented the most...

Magic Lantern Slide: Grimspound, Dartmoor

This is one in a series of glass slides recording archaeological sites on Dartmoor. The location has been identified as the Bronze Age enclosure of Grimspound, but sadly the name...

Cyclopean Bridge (Post Bridge, Dartmoor)

A watercolour rendering of a modern country bridge over the East Dart River in the Dartmoor area. Widgery chose to not only depict the well-travelled road, but to showcase its...

Tavy Cleave, Dartmoor

Most notably prominent in this Widgery painting in the river Tor, rushing madly at a particular rough area in the environment at the foreground of the piece. The severe gorge...

Confines of Dartmoor

A simple, but lovely, example of the Dartmoor region in general. Here, Widgery highlights the most picturesque of Dartmoor’s green scenery in detail, sparing no stone of shrub from his...

On the Taw, near Stepperton Tor, Dartmoor

The conical mound of Stepperton dominates Taw marsh. Vast rocky outcrops, these Tors are well known, and much photographed, shapes in the landscape. Moorland sweeps from Dartmoor's north plateau down...

Bowerman’s Nose, Manaton Dartmoor

Like his father before him (William Widgery, 1822-1893), FJ Widgery uses Bowerman’s nose as the focal point and subject of his Dartmoor series of watercolours....