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Deane Church Looking South

Photo credit: Bolton Library & Museum Services, Bolton Council

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This view is taken looking south up Deane Clough. Deane Church is mostly Late Perpendicular with an early tower dating from the fourteenth century. This is an early topographical work by Linton, a landscape painter born in Liverpool. Many of his early paintings were of the Lake District and northern England and drew on the example of Richard Wilson's carefully arranged compositions. He moved to London in 1817, three years before painting this picture, and there he turned to the more lucrative market for classical landscapes, peopled with figures from the poetry and history of ancient Greece and Rome.

Bolton Museum and Art Gallery

Bolton


Date

1820

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 42 x W 58 cm

Accession number

BOLMG:1999.105

Acquisition method

gift, 1931

Work type

Painting


Bolton Museum and Art Gallery

Le Mans Crescent, Bolton, Greater Manchester BL1 1SE England

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