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Rockbear House aquatint ackermann repository antique print exeter

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Rockbear House


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Standard size items are posted flat between acid free foam board and then placed in a plastic sleeve inside a board envelope. Oversize items may be need to be posted in a tube.


Rockbear House, Seat of Thos Porter Esq'. Rockbear House was originally built c. 1760-70 and owned by Sir John Duntze, the wealthy Exeter woollen merchant and banker. About 1820 the house was remodelled with complete simplicity and refinement, possibly by Kendall of Exeter "who gave Plymouth and Exeter so many scholarly buildings between 1820 and 1840." (Country Life, 19 April 1930.) Published by Rudolf Ackermann in his 'Repository of the Art's.

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artist Anon.
method Colour aquatint
date 1818
size 115m by 210mm (image) 140mm by 230mm (sheet)
SKU AR1529