- 1811, c 1840s (Creation)
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12 ink drawings, 31 watercolours, 67 pencil drawings
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Mainly childhood drawings of various subject matter, including animals, a group of lions from Wombwell's travelling menagerie, ships and fishing boats, churches, Bacton Abbey also known as Bromholme Priory, Costessey Hall, Cromer and Happisburgh lighthouse, many undated. Also includes a small watercolour of Norwich Castle by Mary Damant, 1811.
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Originally contained in a makeshift portfolio. The items have been transferred to archival quality enclosures for long-term preservation purposes, however, they have been arranged and numbered in the order that they were placed in the original portfolio.
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Unfit for production.
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Created 22/02/2012 by drobf. Modified 14/08/2017 by Droip.