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Rievaulx Abbey

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The ruins of Rievaulx Abbey among trees, seen from a hillside; a woman carrying a bucket on her head, standing with a child on a paved path in foreground at left, and a man leaning against a pine tree at far right with a dog beside him; wooded hill in background; illustration to Frederick Ross's 'The Ruined Abbeys of Britain' (London, Edinburgh and Dublin: 1882); after Alexander Francis Lydon, c.1882. Wood-engraving, printed in colours.
Additional Makers: Print maker - Benjamin Fawcett
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Rievaulx, North Yorkshire, England

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