Long-horned Cattle, 19th century
Long-horned Cattle. 19th-century artwork of a bull of the Long-horned Cattle, a breed of the domesticated cow (Bos taurus). This artwork is from the 2-volume work 'The Breeds of the Domestic Animals of the British Islands' (1842) by the Scottish agriculturalist David Low (1786-1859). The artworks were by Scottish artist William Shiels (1783â"1857).
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The Great House and Park at Chawton, c.1780 (gouache on paper)
BAL3865 The Great House and Park at Chawton, c.1780 (gouache on paper) by Callander, Adam (fl.1780-1811); Chawton House, Hampshire, UK; (add.info.: built c.1583-91 and owned by the Knight family; lived in by Jane Austen (1775-1817); covered with stucco in the 18th century btu removed in the 19th;); English, out of copyright
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Gateway with sheep OP28723
Abbey Gate, Abingdon, Oxfordshire. West view of the Abbey Gateway, showing sheep on the street in the foreground withmen and women standing back. Reproduced from an original print, but first photographed before 1890.
Animal, Architecture, Livestock, Medieval