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Farming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection

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Farming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Livestock

Livestock Collection
49 Fine Art Prints

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Ploughing OP04506

Ploughing OP04506
A newly ploughed field near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The farmer on his tractor is sillouhetted on the horizon. Photographed by John Gay during 1950s 1960s

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Ploughing J910040

Ploughing J910040
Reconstruction drawing of present day view of tractor ploughing field by Judith Dobie, English Heritage Graphics Team. Farming

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Agriculture in yellow and blue 24597_049

Agriculture in yellow and blue 24597_049
Wood Bevington Farm, Salford Priors, Warwickshire, SP057542. Aerial view. Polytunnels or linear cloches adjoining a flowering yellow crop

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Glastonbury Tor and surrounding countryside 23697_05

Glastonbury Tor and surrounding countryside 23697_05
GLASTONBURY TOR, Somerset. Aerial view of the tor and surrounding countryside, reputedly the Isle of Avalon

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Combine graveyard 28685_054

Combine graveyard 28685_054
Scrapyard at Battle Bridge, Northumberland. This is the largest breakers of combine harvesters in the UK

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Tea plantation 35083_050

Tea plantation 35083_050
Tregothnan Park, growers of camellia plants for producing commercial tea, the first in England, St Michael Penkivel, Cornwall, 2021

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Staddle stone rick MCF01_02_1294

Staddle stone rick MCF01_02_1294
Draycott, Rodney Stoke, Mendip, Somerset. A thatched cottage and a thatched haystack on staddle stones in Draycott

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: George Hotel MCF01_02_0830

George Hotel MCF01_02_0830
George Hotel, The Street, Charmouth, West Dorset, Dorset. A horse-drawn cart laden with faggots standing outside the George Hotel

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Thatched cart shed MCF01_02_1484

Thatched cart shed MCF01_02_1484
Little Kimble, Great and Little Kimble, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. A thatched cart shed and thatched haystacks

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Thatched haystacks MCF01_02_1477

Thatched haystacks MCF01_02_1477
Chiltern, Buckinghamshire. A view of the Chilterns, showing a wooden fence in the foreground, two thatched haystacks and a farm on a wooded hillside in the distance

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Wood stack MCF01_02_1359

Wood stack MCF01_02_1359
Rewell Wood, Arundel, Arun, West Sussex. A stack of coppiced wood standing amongst trees in Rewell Wood

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Split wood stack MCF01_02_1358

Split wood stack MCF01_02_1358
Rewell Wood, Arundel, Arun, West Sussex. A stack of split wood strips standing beside a road in Rewell Wood. It is not clear what the material in the stack was cut for

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Stacked coppiced wood MCF01_02_1357

Stacked coppiced wood MCF01_02_1357
Rewell Wood, Arundel, Arun, West Sussex. A stack of coppiced wood standing beside two trees in Rewell Wood

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Haystack MCF01_02_0711

Haystack MCF01_02_0711
Clench, Milton Lilbourne, Wiltshire. A man cutting in to a haystack with a ladder propped to one side

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Wootton Rivers MCF01_02_0682

Wootton Rivers MCF01_02_0682
Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire. A horse-drawn cart laden with coppiced wood standing on the main street in Wootton Rivers with thatched cottages in the background

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Wootton Rivers MCF01_02_0676

Wootton Rivers MCF01_02_0676
Wootton Rivers, Wiltshire, Wiltshire. A view looking north along the main street through Wootton Rivers, showing three men and a horse-drawn cart laden with coppiced wood outside The Royal Oak Inn

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Confetti Flower Field 33319_051

Confetti Flower Field 33319_051
The Confetti Flower Field and Union Jack commemorative field to mark 20 years of business, Worcestershire, 2017

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Cotswold Farm Park 33279_043

Cotswold Farm Park 33279_043
Cotswold Farm Park, Gloucestershire, 2016. BBC Countryfile

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Golden Grove Nursery 34108_008

Golden Grove Nursery 34108_008
Golden Grove Nursery, Wigtoft, Boston, Lincolnshire, 2019. Fruit tree and plant nursery for commercial growers

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Canary Cottage DP247860

Canary Cottage DP247860
Knarr Farm, Canary Cottage, Thorney Toll, Thorney, City of Peterborough. General view of Canary Cottage from the south-west

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Harkness Rose Gardens EAW037459

Harkness Rose Gardens EAW037459
Cambridge Road, Hitchin, Hertfordshire. R. Harkness and Co Ltd Nursery (The Rose Gardens), July 1951. Flower beds line the entrance front to the shop and nursery buildings

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Sugar beet processing JLP01_08_082654

Sugar beet processing JLP01_08_082654
WISSINGTON SUGAR FACTORY, COLLEGE ROAD, METHWOLD, KINGs LYNN AND WEST NORFOLK. Sugar beet in the polar beet silo at Wissington Sugar Factory, showing the conveyor bridge

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Kingston Maurward watermeadows 29551_031

Kingston Maurward watermeadows 29551_031
Kingston Maurward, Dorset, 2015. Water meadows along the River Frome

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Kingston Maurward watermeadows 29551_028

Kingston Maurward watermeadows 29551_028
Kingston Maurward, Dorset, 2015. Water meadows along the River Frome

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: St Mary Littlehampton HSI01_01_002

St Mary Littlehampton HSI01_01_002
ST MARYS CHURCH, CHURCH STREET, LITTLEHAMPTON, ARUN, WEST SUSSEX. People at work using a steam powered threshing machine, with St Marys Church in the background, 1901-1902

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Patcham Court Farm DIX02_01_060

Patcham Court Farm DIX02_01_060
Patcham Court Farm, Vale Avenue, Patcham, Brighton and Hove. The farmyard in the 1930s

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Ploughing DIX02_01_081

Ploughing DIX02_01_081
Horse-team ploughing under the shadow of the Dyke, 1930s. The dyke may be the Devils Dyke near Brighton, or Offas Dyke on the Welsh/English borders

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Basket weaving DIX02_01_052

Basket weaving DIX02_01_052
Kings Sedge Moor, High Ham, South Somerset. Basket weavers at work in a small factory on Kings Sedge Moor. The caption on the reverse of the print states

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Hayricks DIX02_01_010

Hayricks DIX02_01_010
Ashridge Farm, Green End Road, Radnage, Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Hayricks at Ashridge Farm. Photographed in the 1930s

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Hay Bales FF002978

Hay Bales FF002978
Ashendon, Buckinghamshire. Hay bales stacked in a field. Photographed by John Gay

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Forestry, Princes Risborough a97_05315

Forestry, Princes Risborough a97_05315
Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire. Mr Smith and horse team at work in the woods. This hard-working team are hauling and carrying bundles of brushwood from a steep wooded slope

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Woad production, Algarkirk, Lincolnshire NMR02_01_00009

Woad production, Algarkirk, Lincolnshire NMR02_01_00009
Algarkirk, Lincolnshire. A group of man and women cropping woad and collecting it in large wicker baskets. The earliest woad production in Britain dates from the Iron Age

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Detectorists 27585_050

Detectorists 27585_050
Hoo Hill, Suffolk. A group of metal detectorists working across a field. Photographed in 2012

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: West Kennet 29570_019

West Kennet 29570_019
West Kennet Long Barrow, Avebury, Wiltshire. The neolithic burial mound surrounded by a field of yellow flowering crops. Aerial photograph taken in April 2015

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Farm wagons, Norfolk a98_15161

Farm wagons, Norfolk a98_15161
Freethorpe, Norfolk. These two traditional horse-drawn farm wagons would still have been in regular use when this photograph was taken. Behind, a portable elevator was used to build the haystacks

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Crop patterns 26108_011

Crop patterns 26108_011
Fields near Ely, Cambridgeshire. Aerial view. Wavy pattern in crop

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Polytunnels 24597_045

Polytunnels 24597_045
Wood Bevington Farm, Salford Priors, Warwickshire SP058542. Aerial view. Polytunnels or linear cloches turn a Warwickshire field blue

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Hop poles a079959

Hop poles a079959
Hop poles, stacked in tent shapes, arranged in lines. Taken in Kent. Photographed by John Gay during the 1950s

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Livestock FF002985

Livestock FF002985
Ashendon, Buckinghamshire. Cattle, sheep and horses grazing on a sloping field, with irises in the foreground and the flat Aylesbury Vale landscape beyond. Photographed by John Gay

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: BFG Maze 29984_038

BFG Maze 29984_038
Winstow Maize Maze, Leicestershire. In 2016 the maze incorporated the outline of the BFG to celebrate the centenary of Roald Dahls birth

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Blithewood Moat 33003_011

Blithewood Moat 33003_011
Blithewood Moat, Staffordshire. Photographed in November 2016

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Maize Maze 28825_055

Maize Maze 28825_055
Maze, Jowett House Farm, Cawthorne, Barnsley. The Maize Maze is a popular summer attraction

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Solar Farm 27373_002

Solar Farm 27373_002
Colpmans Solar Farm, Northamptonshire. Around 2000 panels with a capacity of 5 Mega Watts. Photographed in December 2011

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Stubble cultivation 28332_026

Stubble cultivation 28332_026
Mowthorpe Wold, North Yorkshire. Stubble cultivation

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Cotswold Farm Park 27544_052

Cotswold Farm Park 27544_052
Cotswold Farm Park, Guiting Power, Gloucestershire. Visitor attraction and working farm featured on BBC Countryfile. Photographed in 2012

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Harvesting 27596_025

Harvesting 27596_025
Glinton, Peterborough. Harvesting in progress

Background imageFarming and rural economy Fine Art Print Collection: Harvesting 27596_020

Harvesting 27596_020
Glinton, Peterborough. Harvesting in progress



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