The Sun Dial, Statues and Burton Agnes Church, East Yorkshire


This piece is by artist Partricia Thompson Fine Art.

Title:“The Sun Dial, Statues and Burton Agnes Church, Burton Agnes Hall, East Yorkshire”
Year: 2008
Medium: Pen & Wash 7″ x 5″ approx.
Further details:

Some black boots to the left, from someone working in the garden, perhaps? well manicured Lawns, the Church bell chimes – it is very reminiscent of Old England, of the Victorian Poetry Books, of how we long for our Land to be.

It is mid-afternoon, 3 pm. it is clouding over, and not sunny, the birds can be heard murmuring in the trees.

Looking from the formal Italian Gardens, on the left of the Hall, look to the right – the Church and Sun Dial are a wonderful Garden Setting.

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