Circular countryside scene
A watercolour painting by Malcolm Greensmith showing a typical English rural countryside setting of a half-timbered cottage set amid fields, surrounded by fauna in the shape of a passing Cuckoo, a Great Tit and a family of Rabbits, nestled amid the Bluebells.
© Mary Evans/Malcolm Greensmith
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Interior at New College Lane, Oxford
Watercolour sketch of an interior at New College Lane, Oxford, showing Reverend Baden Powell and his wife (they married in 1846), with five children, including George Smyth Powell and Henry Warrington Smyth Powell. By Henrietta Grace Baden Powell (nee Smyth, 1824-1914), mother of Robert.
circa early 1850s
© Mary Evans / The Scout Association
The Terrace, Windsor Castle, by Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson
A watercolour and pen painting of the Terrace, Windsor Castle, London. The Illustrated London News featured a long running series of paintings of London's architecture by Sir Hugh Maxwell Casson during the late 1960s and through the 1970s.
© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
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