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Downland Scene

c1890 This painting by Frederick Earp shows haymakers and cowherds in rolling downland. Frederick Earp was part of a large family of artists spanning at least four generations. Many Earps painted in Brighton and Sussex.

Preston Manor

This oil painting by Frederick Earp is entitled Preston Manor. It depicts a view of the Manor and church in the mid distance. A steam train can be seen on an embankment along with a wagon and horses in the foreground. Preston Manor is now open to the publ

Devil's Dyke

View looking down the Dyke with people walking and seated on the hills either side. In the background is a single storey building and the Downs beyond. [DUP]

The Dyke House

View of the Dyke House, the name Thacker over the door. People gathered for a picnic in the foreground. A boy with a hoop is watched by a girl in a red dress.

The Dyke House

View of the Dyke House, the name Thacker over the door. People gathered for a picnic in the foreground. A boy with a hoop is watched by a girl in a red dress.

The Devil's Dyke

View looking down the Dyke with people walking and seated on the hills either side. In the background is a single storey building and the Downs beyond.

Devil's Dyke

Family standing admiring the view from Wolstonbury Hill, with Poynings church in the distance and other couples seated about. Written underneath Poynings etc. from the Dyke, Published by W.H.Mason, 81 Kings Road, Brighton, May 1846. Written in right hand

Devil's Dyke

View from the Dyke with Fulking, Edburton etc in the distance. In the foreground on the left a man stands looking through a telescope; a woman seated beside him and two children, one lying down. A little further up the hill is a man pulling a woman by her

Fulking,Edburton,etc from the Dyke

View from the Dyke with Fulking, Edburton etc in the distance. In the foreground on the left a man stands looking through a telescope; a woman seated beside him and two children, one lying down. A little further up the hill is a man pulling a woman by her

Poynings &c. from the Dyke

This coloured print shows the village of Poynings from Devil's Dyke, to the north of Brighton. A family can be seen standing admiring the view. Written underneath is: Poynings etc. from the Dyke, Published by W.H.Mason, 81 Kings Road, Brighton, May 1846.

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