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The Dairy Bridge Looking towards the Palladian Bridge, Wilton Park, Wiltshire

Photo credit: Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum

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The artist must have been painting this picture from the Dairy Bridge in Wilton Park, looking over the little River Nadder to the ornate Palladian Bridge. The Palladian Bridge was designed by the 9th Earl of Pembroke, with Roger Morris in 1736/1737.

Wilton House has been the country seat of the Earls of Pembroke for over 400 years.

Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum

Salisbury


Date

1942

Medium

oil on board

Measurements

H 35 x W 45 cm

Accession number

SBYWM:2002.20

Acquisition method

bequeathed by Rosemary Olivier, 2002

Work type

Painting


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