In Taw Marsh, near Belstone, Dartmoor

Description
Taw Marsh is dotted with masses of granite and surrounded by lofty eminences, with all the features and incidents characteristic of the peculiar scenery of the moor. It is no wonder that both William Widgery and his son, Frederick John, frequented the area as a proper representation of the moor.
Accession Loan No.
92/1929/3
Collection Class
Drawings
Medium
watercolour & gouache on paper
Common Name
In Taw Marsh, near Belstone, Dartmoor
Simple Name
drawing
Full Name
In Taw Marsh, near Belstone, Dartmoor
Dimensions
actual H 245 mm; actual length 743 mm; frame H 412 mm; frame length 913 mm
Production Person Surname
Widgery
Production Person Initials
William
Period Classification
Victorian (1837-1901)
Production Year Low
1860
Production Year High
1893
Production Town
Exeter
Production County
Devon
Production Country
England
Production Area Region
Northern Europe
Production Continent
Europe
Family Group

Topography Village
Belstone
Inscription / Transcription
W Widgery

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