Artist
Edward Dayes (1763‑1804)
Title
A House and Shed with a Man Chopping Wood
Date date not known
MediumGouache, graphite and watercolour on paper
Dimensionssupport: 323 x 552 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856
Reference
D36353
Turner Bequest CCCLXXI K
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Edward Dayes,
'A House and Shed with a Man Chopping Wood'date not known
Edward Dayes,
'A House, Fence and Cliff at Undercliff, Isle of Wight'date not known
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'Abberbrothie Abbey'date not known
Edward Dayes (after),
'Abbotsbury Abbey Gateway, Dorsetshire, engraved by J. Greig', published 1808
Edward Dayes (after),
'Back Entrance of Caldicot Castle, South Wales, engraved by J. Greig', published 1811
Edward Dayes (after),
'Basildon Park, Berkshire, engraved by Walker', published 1794
Edward Dayes (after),
'Basingwerk Abbey, Flintshire, engraved by J. Greig', published 1808
Edward Dayes,
'Bedlam Furnace, Coalbrookdale'date not known
Edward Dayes (after),
'Brougham Castle, Westmoreland, engraved by J. Noble', published 1804
Edward Dayes,
'Castle Ruins among Trees on a Hill (?Ludlow)'date not known
Edward Dayes (after),
'Caversham Park, Oxfordshire, engraved by W. and J. Walker', published 1793
Edward Dayes,
'Cliffs in Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight'date not known
Edward Dayes (after),
'Denbigh Castle, Denbighshire, engraved by J. Storer', published 1805
Edward Dayes (after),
'Dover Castle, engraved by J. Eastgate', published 1793
Edward Dayes (after),
'Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire, engraved by W. Angus', published 1801
Edward Dayes (after),
'Front View of Christ Church, engraved by J. Dadley'date not known
Edward Dayes (after),
'Furness Abbey, Lancashire, engraved by J. Greig'date not known
Edward Dayes (after),
'Furness Abbey, Lancashire, engraved by J. Smith', published 1801
Edward Dayes (after),
'Hedingham Castle, Essex, engraved by J. Roffe', published 1802
Edward Dayes (after),
'Jedburgh Abbey'date not known