Name/TitleCottages at Titmore Green: watercolour
About this objectWatercolour, Cottages at Titmore Green, by F L Griggs. Depicts a row of timber-framed cottages, with a woman in a doorway and a man with dog in the foreground.
This is a different view from that in the watercolour acquired in 2007 that seems to have served as the basis for the illustration in ‘Highways and Byways in Hertfordshire’. The site is now The Hermit of Redcoats public house.
MakerFrederick Landseer Maur Griggs RA
Period19th Century (1801-1900)
Medium and Materialspaper watercolour
Measurements427×283 mm (card)
417×250 mm (painted area)
Credit LineBequest via W E Peacock, Executor
Copyright LicenceAll rights reserved
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