Old Brathay Hall, (also known as Low Brathay) was the residence, from 1800 to 1839, of poet Charles Lloyd, a contemporary of the Lake Poets William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey. In this quiet, autumnal painting of a shuttered house with a spiral of dark birds rising above the trees standing on an island in the middle of the River Brathay, Alfred evokes a rich sense of the Lake’s literary heritage in this haunting place.
Set within a rustic gold frame.
Framed Size – 30 x 20 ins
Image Size – 21 x 11 ins
Original Painting by Alfred Heaton Cooper
Please note the colours of the image on the website may vary from the painting in person.
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