Freshwater Bay by Nixon

Freshwater Bay by Nixon

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Image Description

Location Freshwater Bay
Town Freshwater, Isle of Wight
Technique/ material Watercolour on paper
Original size (mm)
Artist/maker John Nixon (1755-1818)
Date 1790 to 1810
Description A watercolour painting entitled Freshwater Gate, featuring Freshwater Bay looking westward to High Down between 1790 and 1810 by John Nixon (1755-1818). There are field strips visible on the downs. Nixon exhibited 39 paintings between 1781 and 1815 as an honorary exhibitor at the Royal Academy.
Ref number NETCC: P.1986.1188
Credit © Carisbrooke Castle Museum