An album of seven pencil sketches, mounted with a neat ink borders. beginning with a title page, a view in a grove with trees and with two figures (one seated and pointing, the other with a portfolio under his arm) in conversation and a rock, the face of which is inscribed with the album title. The six drawings folllowing are romanticised topographical subjects including castles, gates, and ecclesiastical buildings, in ruins, enveloped in trees and foliage, from the vantage point of a river or allong the roadside.
- Creator: Burgess, Henry William, approximately 1792-1844, artist.
- Title: VI drawings by H.W. Burgess [graphic] : presented to his much esteemed pupil Miss Bell.
- Production: [England], 1817.
Folio 633 817 B955
Acquired October 2019