Frederick James Kerr - Water Gate, Norwich, 1921 Watercolour Painting
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- Date: 1921
- Medium: Watercolour
- Condition: Some discolouration and staining as shown
- Style: Impressionism
- Subject: Landscape
- Picture Size: 35 x 24cm
- Frame: No
- Provenance: Signed and Dated and Inscribed
- Reference: a234
An impressionistic original watercolour painting of Pulls Ferry, one of the most famous landmarks in Norwich (England, UK).
Pulls Ferry is a flint building, originally constructed in the 15th Century as a watergated canal route for stone used to build Norwich Cathedral. The stone came from France up the rivers Yare and Wensum. The canal, which was specifically built by monks, used to run under the arch, where the Normans ferried the stone and building materials to be unloaded at the site of the cathedral.
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