"Wall End with its yew trees is of some slight antiquarian interest and one of the farm buildings, built on three pairs of 'crucks' dates from the sixteenth century"
[The Lake District and the National Trust - B. Thompson, p139]
With its two ancient yew trees that are so typical of Lakeland farmhouses, Wallend Farm sits at the foot of Bowfell, painted here in snow, with its great flank called "The Band”. T" this painting is made by leaving the paper clean of paint, with the grass and rocks painted in with a dry brush.
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