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Kendal

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Abbot Hall Bowling Greens

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Abbot Hall

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Abbot Hall

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Abbot Hall - Lakeland Arts
- "Abbot Hall is one of Britain’s preeminent small art galleries, set in a beautifully restored Grade I-listed Georgian house on the banks of the River Kent in Kendal. Our ...

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Art outside the abbot hall art gallery #kendal #cumbria

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"Casa das Estórias" (Paula Rego's Museum)

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Abbot Hall

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Abbot Hall Art Gallery

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The Gower Family

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Two children

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Lute

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Portrait of a Fellow Internee Georg Heller

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ABBOT HALL ART GALLERY - Kendal - List Entry
- "Hall, now Art Gallery. 1759, almost certainly by John Carr of York, for Colonel George Wilson. Coursed, squared rubble with quoins on plinth. Band between ground floor and cellars; modillioned ...

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George Romney (1734 - 1802)
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George Romney (1734 - 1802)
- Overview About George Romney George Romney was a renowned portrait painter during the 18th century. He was born in Dalton-in-Furness in 1734 and spent much of his childhood in High ...

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List number: 1145684
County: Cumbria
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