Bodiam Castle by Wilfrid Ball

Bodiam Castle by Wilfrid Ball

Description

Bodiam Castle painted by Wilfrid Ball in "Sussex Painted", 1906.

A watercolour by Wilfrid Ball showing the overgrown ruins and neglected moat of the castle.

Bodiam was left as a picturesque ruin, after being partially dismantled.

Source Desc

Originally published in the book "Sussex Painted" (1906) by Wilfrid Ball, London:A & C Black, OCLC 317079614;

Author Description

Wilfrid Ball (1853–1917)

Licence

Public domain in United States, Australia, the European Union and those countries with a copyright term of life of the author plus 70 years.

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