John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894) Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842)
Lot 344
John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894) Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842)
£2,500 - 3,500
US$ 4,200 - 5,900
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John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894) Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842) John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894) Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842) John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894) Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842) John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894) Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842) John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894) Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842)
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John Chessell Buckler (British, 1793-1894)
Underley Hall, near Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland
A set of five prospects of Underley Hall, the seat of Alexander Nowell M.P. (1761-1842)
all signed J. C. Buckler 1828 (lower right), some indistinctly inscribed on mount watercolour, four unframed
35 x 48cm (13 3/4 x 18 7/8in).
Together with another 19th century view of Underley Hall by another hand (6).

Footnotes

  • Underley Hall was designed by the Kendal based architect George Webster (1797-1864), and built for Alexander Nowell M.P. between 1825-1828, close to the site of an earlier hall. Underley Hall is recognised as one of the earliest buildings of the Jacobean revival style, but was extended during the 19th century. The Hall became a girls school circa 1948, then a seminary for the Catholic diocese of Lancaster for the training of young priests and later a school for children with special needs which closed in 2012.

    We understand that this set of prospects was commissioned by Nowell on completion of Underley Hall.
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