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Staffordshire Views

The Staffordshire Views Collection contains some 3,000 illustrations of the county comprising watercolours, original sketches, prints and engravings. Many of the views were commissioned by William Salt during the 1830s and 1840s.

The collection includes views of landscapes, street scenes, churches, country houses, public buildings and antiquities.

Artists featured in the collection include: John Buckler, J C Buckler, George Buckler, Thomas Peploe Wood, Lewis John Wood, Henry Curzon Allport, John Allport, C B Ash, William Fernyhough, S and N Buck, T Donaldson, Stebbing Shaw and Robert Noyes.

A number of other artists are also represented in the collection to a lesser extent.

Further information is available to explore Staffordshire Views

 

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