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Creator:
Brannon, George, ill.
Title(s):

Vectis scenery : being a series of original and select views, exhibiting the picturesque beauties, local peculiarities, and places of particular interest in the Isle of Wight / drawn from nature and engraved by George Brannon, many years resident in Newport ; to which are prefixed a complete topographical description and the general tours of the island ; embracing every information in the least degree useful to strangers.

Published/Created:
[Wotton Common] : Printed and published by the engraver, Wotton-Common, Isle of Wight, and sold by the principal local booksellers, 1830.
Physical Description:
54 p., [50] leaves of plates : ill. ; 23 x 30 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
DA670.W6 B73 1830+ Oversize
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Information
Classification:
Books
Notes:
"Advertisement. In order to suit purchasers who may desire to have a less expensive work of the Island than the present, another edition is printed, price 25s., in which the seats and the villas marked with an asterisk in the above list are omitted (as being less frequently seen,) and only the open public views retained. In all other respects the work is the same."--P. [5].
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in red half-roan and red marbled boards, with title label printed in gilt. Inscribed: Margaret Godson. Isle of Wight. 1830.
Subject Terms:
Architecture, Domestic -- England.
Country houses -- England -- Isle of Wight.
Engraving, Colored -- Specimens -- 1830.
Isle of Wight (England) -- Description and travel.
Isle of Wight (England) -- Pictorial works.
Landscape -- England -- Isle of Wight.
Contributors:
Brannon, George, engraver.
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  • Contents of the plates: High-street of Newport
  • Carisbrooke Castle
  • Fairlee, residence of R. Oglander, Esq.
  • The Artist's Cottage
  • Fernhill, seat of Samuel Sanders, esq.
  • West Cowes, general view of, from the water
  • Marine Villa of Sir John Hippesley, bart.
  • Northwood Park, seat of G.H. Ward, esq.
  • Norris Castle, and West Cowes in perspective
  • East Cowes Castle, seat of John Nash, esq.
  • Osborne House, residence of C. Lambert, esq.
  • Ryde, and Pier
  • Ryde, the new Church
  • Coast eastward of Ryde
  • St. Clare, seat of the Rt. Hon. Lord Vernon
  • The Priory, seat of Edwd. Grose Smith, esq.
  • Binstead Parsonage, Rev. Augustus Hewitt
  • Nunwell, seat of Sir. Wm. Oglander, bart.
  • Bimbridge, and entrance to Brading Haven
  • Yaverland Parsonage, Rev. Dr. T. Ashhurst
  • Shankline Chine, as seen from the beach
  • Head of Shanklin Chine
  • Bonchurch (the road through,)
  • Eminence of Bonchurch
  • St. Boniface Cottage
  • Steephill Village
  • St. Lawrence Church
  • Marine Villa of the Rt. Hon. Ld. Yarborough
  • Mirables, villa of Mrs. Arnold
  • The Orchard, villa of Sir Willby Gordon, bt.
  • The Villa of James Vine, esq.
  • The Sandrock Hotel, Niton
  • The Undercliff, near Niton
  • Sandrock Spring, from the water
  • Blackgang Chine, also from the water
  • Medina Hermitage, seat of B. Hoy, esq. M.P.
  • Shorwell Village and Church
  • Northcourt, seat of Mrs. Bennet
  • Rocks in Freshwater Bay
  • Freshwater Cavern
  • Scratchell's Bay, from the water
  • Scratchell's Bay, from within the Arch
  • Alum Bay and Freshwater Light-house
  • Needle Rocks
  • Freshwater Cliffs, near Wedge-Rock
  • Westover, seat of Lady Holmes
  • Swainston, seat of Sir Fitz-wm. Barrington, bt.
  • Gatcombe, seat of Alexander Campbell, esq.
  • Appuldurcombe, seat of Lord Yarborough
  • Godshill Village and Church.

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