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Location - Leeds & District

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Farnley Hall, Aerial View, Looking North-East (Otley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Home of the Fawkes family. The older part dates from the 16th or early 17th century and much restoration and alteration has taken place since, with a new wing by architect John Carr added in the late 17th century. J.M.W. Turner, painter, frequently visited his patron, Walter Fawkes and painted in the area.
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Farnley Hall, black and white engraving. (Otley)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a black and white engraving of Farnley Hall near Otley. The original drawing was the work of John Preston Neale (1780 - 1847), an architectural draughtsman. In 1818 he embarked on a series of drawings published in a book entitled 'Views of the Seats of Noblemen and Gentleman in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland'. At this time, Farnley Hall was the seat of Walter Ramsden Hawkesworth Fawkes (1769 - 1825) a politican and collector of art. He was a very close friend of the artist, J.M.W. Turner who often stayed at Farnley Hall. Several of his drawings and watercolours are part of the collection of Leeds City Art Gallery.
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Farnley Hall, tinted engraving. (Otley)
Colour imageUndated. Tinted engraving of Farnley Hall near Otley, once the residence of Walter Ramsden Hawkesworth Fawkes (1769 - 1825), Member of Parliament and Art collector. The work is signed C.Healey, and the date is thought to read 1885. The hall originates in Elizabethan times but later additions were designed by John Carr in the 1780s. The central section is the oldest part of the building.
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