- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802) after (?) Bartholomew Howlett (1767-1827)
- Tattershall Castle, from the North East
- (?) 1799
- Medium and Support
- Graphite and watercolour on laid paper
- 32.6 × 27 cm, 12 ⅞ × 10 ⅝ in
‘Girtin’ lower left, by Thomas Girtin
- Object Type
- Exhibition Watercolour; Studio Watercolour
- Subject Terms
- Castle Ruins; Lincolnshire
- Catalogue Number
- Girtin & Loshak Number
- 281 as 'Tattershall Castle'; '1798–9'
- Description Source(s)
- Viewed in 2001 and February 2020
Charles Stokes (1785–1853); then by descent to his neice, Hannah Cooper (listed in 1853) (lent to Manchester, 1857); John Edward Taylor (1830–1905) (lent to London, 1871; London, 1877; London, 1891); presented to the Whitworth Institute, 1892
(?) Royal Academy, 1799, no.419 as ’Tatershall Castle, Lincolnshire, for Howlet’s Views’; Manchester, 1857, no.80; London, 1871, no.98 as ’Landscape. A Tower’; London, 1877, no.302 as ’Tattershall Castle’; London, 1891, no.39; Grafton Galleries, London, 1911, no.179a; London, 1923a, no.29; Huddersfield, 1946, no.2; Arts Council, 1951, no.79; London, 1951, no.481; Amsterdam, 1965, no.59; London, 1967, no.47; Brussels, 1973, no.48
Monkhouse, 1894, pl.10; Davies, 1924, pl.28; Mayne, 1949, p.48; Hughes and Mayne, 1950, pl.18; Nugent, 2003, p.132
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