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This is a close-up view of the south side of Lindley Hall (now Lindley Hall Farm and somewhat altered), about a mile north-east of Farnley Hall; it is the source of a gouache of about 1818 or possibly ‘rather later’ (private collection),1 perhaps even as late as 1824 by association with the distant gouache of the bridge and hall mentioned below.
There are distant views of the hall, looking north from the Washburn Valley near Farnley, in a pencil sketch on a separate sheet of perhaps 1808 (Tate D12121; Turner Bequest CLIV W) and another from the early 1820s (Tate D12122; Turner Bequest CLIV Xa), the source of a finished watercolour of Lindley Bridge and Hall (private collection)2 painted about 1824; the latter, as David Hill notes in his catalogue entry, is similar to a drawing in the now-dispersed ‘Munro’ sketchbook of 1824 (the relevant leaf being currently untraced).3 A view north across the lake on the Farnley estate in the Devon Rivers, No.2 sketchbook (Tate D09784; Turner Bequest CXXXIII 81a) was perhaps drawn in 1814. There is a similar view on folios 5 recto–6 verso of the present book (D09802, D09792; Turner Bequest CXXXIV 12v, 3).
For other views at and around Farnley Hall and nearby Yorkshire properties belonging to Walter Fawkes see under folio 1 verso (D09790).