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Alfred Parsons RA, Church Lawford

Church Lawford

Alfred Parsons RA (1847 - 1920)

RA Collection: Art

The drawings in this group all depict landscapes around the River Avon. Parsons lived in Broadway, Worcestershire, and frequently sketched and painted in the nearby area around the Avon. A selection of his drawings of Avon landscapes, and local flora and fauna were exhibited at the Fine Art Society in 1885 and some of them (including drawings in this group) were subsequently reproduced as illustrations to A. T. Quiller Couch's The Warwickshire Avon with illustrations by Alfred Parsons (1892 Harper Brothers, New York).

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Object details

Title
Church Lawford
Artist/designer
Alfred Parsons RA (1847 - 1920)
Object type
Drawing
Medium
Pen and ink on bristol board
Dimensions

110 mm x 197 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
06/518
Acquisition
Given by Dr. Bryan N. Brooke 1955
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