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Author:
Frank Graham
ISBN13:
978-0900409936
ISBN:
0900409932
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Publisher:
Frank Graham; Reprint edition (August 1, 1969)
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Europe
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His neat style and smooth finish made his pictures very attractive and popular, and although he executed several large plates, his chief work throughout his life was book illustration. The Ports, Harbours, Watering-places and Picturesque Scenery of Great Britain Vol. 2. By: William Finden.

Picturesque Europe was a lavishly illustrated set of books published by D. Appleton & Co. in the mid-1870s based on their phenomenally successful Picturesque America. Whymper was among the engravers and directed the other artists on the project.

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The layout and concept was similar to that of Picturesque Europe.

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Start by marking Picturesque Lakeland 100 Years Ago as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. background - no detail is missed at all. Allom's 1836 view of Ullswater, looking towards Patterdale is similar, if on a slightly smaller scale and his view of Bassenthwaite Lake, looking south has undertones of JMW Turner with its white waves and yacht striving to keep moving. On the other hand Pickering's Grasmere from Loughrigg Fell (1836) is much more serene; as a youngster, I have happy memories of Loughrigg, having got lost when descending what was an easy climb up but somewhat more difficult coming down!

in Great Britain; and in no part of the kingdom has the value of the life-boat been more frequently experienced.

in Great Britain; and in no part of the kingdom has the value of the life-boat been more frequently experienced. The view is taken from the entrance to Shields Harbour, about half a mile to the south-west of the lighthouse, which is seen rising from behind the extremity of the cliff which overlooks the entrance to Prior's Haven. The idea of motion is admirably conveyed in the representation of the wave lashing over the floating mast, which is tossed about like a light spar by the violence of the sea; and the continued inward roll of the water, from the side and bow of the boat towards the shore, is no less naturally expressed.

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There is a singular and picturesque variety of ancient houses; some at theĀ . Telford's great work no longer stands alone.

There is a singular and picturesque variety of ancient houses; some at the head of the street leading to the castle, curiously carved, appear almost as old as the castle itself; others with their gable roofs, and black rafters, are of later date, and the Plas Mawr, or great mansion, in the principal street, prominently challenges the traveller's attention with its ai. Numerous and delightful are the rambles about this most picturesque place, which is backed by bold heathy hills and green sequestered valleys.