Reference numberMS/648/1/122/2
TitleDrawing, Woolsthorpe Manor, by George Rowe (1796-1864), after Thomas Howison
Daten.d. [1840?]
DescriptionLandscape view of Sir Isaac Newton's birthplace in Lincolnshire. The manor house is set in trees with a group os eated women in the foreground. Another woman walks towards the door of the house carrying a basket. The supposed Newtonian apple tree is visible on the right of the picture, re-growing from a fallen trunk. Signed lower left in pencil "G.Rowe Del." Inscribed verso in ink [by Charles Turnor]: "N.W. view of the Manor House at Woolsthorpe drawn by G.Rowe, Cheltenham from th eoriginal Picture in my possession by Thos. Howison".
Extent1 drawing
Physical descriptionPencil, on paper
Access statusOpen
Administrative historyCollected by Charles Turnor
Fellows associated with this archive
NA2870Turnor; Charles (1768 - 1853)1768 - 1853
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