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Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act I, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act I, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act II, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act II, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act III, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act III, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act IV, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act IV, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act IX, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act IX, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act V, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act V, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act VI, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act VI, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act VII, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act VII, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act VIII, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act VIII, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act X, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Sadahide Utagawa (1843) Act X, Sugawara. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act XI First Episode, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Utagawa Hiroshige I (1844) Act XI, Second Episode, Chūshingura. [Artefact]

Michael Ayrton (1965) Blade-Maze figure. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Bowl. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Bowl. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Bowl and lid with stand. [Artefact]

Bust of Edward Gardner. [Artefact]

(1880) Certificate from Halifax Literary and Philosophical Society. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Chocolate cup. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Coffee pot (no lid). [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Coffee pot (no lid). [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Coffee pot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Coffee pot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Cream Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Cream bowl. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery "Cream-bowl" and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Dessert plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Dish. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Dish. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Drainer. [Artefact]

(1884) Drawing of a camera with notes. [Artefact]

(1884) Drawing of a camera with notes. [Artefact]

(1882) Drawings of cameras and film spools. [Artefact]

(1884) Drawings of machinery. [Artefact]

(1884) Drawings of various sections of cameras. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Dutch spitting pot. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Fruit basket. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Fruit basket and stand. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Fruit dish. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Fruit dish. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Hot water plate. [Artefact]

Austin Wright (1968) Housing Scheme. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jelly mould. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

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Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Jug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Ladle. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Large Mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Large cup. [Artefact]

(1899) Letter from Adolphe Le Prince to Bristan Walker. [Artefact]

(1899) Letter from Adolphe Le Prince to Richard Wilson. [Artefact]

(1889) Letter from Crompton & Co. Ltd to Louis Le Prince. [Artefact]

(1895) Letter from Florence Nightingale to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1894) Letter from Florence Nightingale to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1899) Letter from Florence Nightingale to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1900) Letter from Florence Nightingale to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1948) Letter from James W. Longley to Adolphe Le Prince. [Artefact]

(1899) Letter from James W. Longley to Adolphe Le Prince. [Artefact]

(1889) Letter from James W. Longley to Louis Le Prince. [Artefact]

(1889) Letter from James W. Longley to Louis Le Prince. [Artefact]

(1887) Letter from Louis Le Prince to his wife, Elizabeth. [Artefact]

(1890) Letter from Louis Le Prince to his wife, Elizabeth. [Artefact]

(1890) Letter from Louis Le Prince to his wife, Elizabeth. [Artefact]

(1900) Letter from the Prefecture de Police to Elizabeth Le Prince. [Artefact]

(1891) Letter of reference for Flora Masson, from Florence Nightingale to the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (c.1982) Levitating Woman (maquette for 'The Dreamer'). [Artefact]

(1958) Limbo. [Artefact]

F E. McWilliam (1961) Lying Down Figure/Reclining Figure VI. [Artefact]

(1955) Man-Made Fibres. [Artefact]

(1884) Manuscript note. [Artefact]

(2015) Maquette for 'A Spire'. [Artefact]

(1997) Meet, Sit and Talk, Conversation, Roof Garden. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery (1770s-80s) Milk-ewer, probably Leeds. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Miniature castor. [Artefact]

Miniature mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Miniature plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Mug. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Mustard pot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Napkin ring. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Oil and vinegar stand. [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (1982) Oval Dish with two female figures. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Pap boat. [Artefact]

(1893) Partial letter from Florence Nightingale to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1895) Partial letter from Florence Nightingale to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1895) Partial letter from Florence Nightingale to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1871) Partial letter from Florence Nightingale to Lydia Leigh. [Artefact]

(1895) Parts of letters and signatures by Florence Nightingale, from letters sent to Flora Masson. [Artefact]

(1910) Photograph album. [Artefact]

Harry Thubron (1962) Plaster Circle. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

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Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Plate. [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (c.1982) Plate, thrown at the Fulham Pottery (decorated with arabesques). [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (c.1982) Plate, thrown at the Fulham Pottery (decorated with figure). [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Punch kettle. [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (1982) Round Plate, Draped Figure: Head and Shoulders of a Woman. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Salad bowl "sallad". [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Sauceboat. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Sauceboat. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Saucer. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Stand. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Stand for a fruit basket. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Stand for a fruit basket. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Stand for a fruit dish. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery (1770s-80s) Sugar Cup' and lid, probably Leeds. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Sugar spoon (ladle). [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Sugar spoon (ladle). [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (1946) Tall vase, or footed bowl with hammer and sickle decoration. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Tea bowl. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery (1770s-80s) Tea cannister and lid, probably Leeds. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Teapot and Lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Teapot and Lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Teapot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Teapot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Teapot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Teapot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Teapot and lid. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery (1770s-80s) Teapot and lid, probably Leeds. [Artefact]

(1884) Technical drawing of lighting apparatus. [Artefact]

(1890) Telegram from Jack to Adolphe Le Prince. [Artefact]

(1889) Telegram to Munn and Co. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Tobacco box (no lid). [Artefact]

'Tortoiseshell' box, decorated with birds and foliage in gold, with two compartments (tea-caddy). [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Two-handled cup. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Two-handled cup. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Two-handled pot. [Artefact]

(1775) View of a Dramatic Performance at the Three Theatres. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery (1770s-80s) Waste bowl, probably Leeds. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Water ewer. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery Welsh Tray. [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (1953) bowl for Yvonne. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery one of a pair of bottles. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery one of a pair of knife rests. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery one of a pair of miniature drainers. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery one of a pair of oak leaf plates. [Artefact]

Yorkshire Pottery one of three pickle dishes. [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (1983) plate decorated Yvonne. [Artefact]

Neville Boden (1969) sculpture installation in Charles Morris Hall. [Artefact]

Eric Gill (c.1921) Christ driving the Moneychangers from the Temple. [Artefact]

(1819) Drawings of the Taj Mahal. [Artefact]

(1866) Letter from Florence Nightingale to Mrs Richard Morris. [Artefact]

Quentin Bell (1982) Levitating Woman 'The Dreamer'. [Artefact]

Keith Wilson (2014) Sign for Art (Stelae 2014). [Artefact]

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Marie Hartley ?? [Image]

Stephen Chaplin (1986) 11-12-1-86 First Year Christmas Project Demonstration Piece. [Image]

3 sets of printer's proofs of illustrations for "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), total of 12 sheets. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Abbey of Jumieges, Normandy - August 11th 1825. [Image]

Trevor Bell (undated) Above and Below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Above, October Hills - a curlew flying across meadows; below, Gable end. Original drawings used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 149 and 158 respectively. [Image]

Marie Hartley Above, a clump of daffodils; below, a spray of lily-of-the-valley. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on pages. [Image]

Marie Hartley Above, cans of paint and brushes; below, two dogs, Hardy and Chris. Original drawings used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 74 and 79. [Image]

Marie Hartley Above, mushrooms; below, dandelion plant. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on pages 7 and 24 respectively. [Image]

Marie Hartley Above, rabbits and burrow entrance; below, basket of apples. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on pages 140 a. [Image]

Marie Hartley Above, sedges and tarn; below, woman digging. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on pages 18 and 96 respective. [Image]

Marie Hartley Above, the village church and below, old barn. Original drawings used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 22 and 148 respectively. [Image]

Unidentified The Alderson family at Stone House, upper Swaledale.From left to right: Albert, James (Jim), Margaret(seated), Isobel, Jim, Mr Dinsdale and Ella Pontefract. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "A Dales Heritage" (1982), plate ?66. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Alternative layout of plates 132-134 in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976). [Image]

(1975) American Garden 'Purina Chows'. [Image]

Marie Hartley Angram. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 26. [Image]

Marie Hartley Appleby Fair. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 230. [Image]

Marie Hartley Appletreewick. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 139. [Image]

Stanley Spencer (1929) The Art Class, left outer panel from the Empire Marketing Board Series. [Image]

Tom Wood (1982-3) Arthur II (Arthur Haigh). [Image]

Marie Hartley Askrigg Friendly Society, club walk. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 251. [Image]

Askrigg and Wether Fell, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wensleydale" (1936), a second copy. One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley Askrigg from the east. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 31. [Image]

Marie Hartley Askrigg. Original drawing used as the frontispiece for "Yorkshire Village" (1953). [Image]

Gyorgy Gordon (1985) Asleep II. [Image]

Marie Hartley Assembly Rooms, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 24. [Image]

Marie Hartley At this East End of the Village' (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 46. [Image]

Marie Hartley Autumn Sunshine glowed pale gold on the Façade of the Castle' (Castle Howard). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 169. [Image]

Marie Hartley Azilian harpoon. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 172. [Image]

Ceri G. Richards (1949) Bacon's Hole, Gower. [Image]

Bainbridge, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wensleydale" (1936), a second copy. One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bainbridge. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 83. [Image]

Marie Hartley Banner of the Askrigg Friendly Society. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 145. [Image]

Marie Hartley Barges, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 57. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bath-chair, original drawing prepared and proposed as one of the illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), but not used. [Image]

Marie Hartley Beckermonds, Wharfedale (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Beckermonds, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 160. [Image]

Ross Mendes (1966) Bedtime. [Image]

Marie Hartley Beeskep and bee stone. Cp. drawing used on page 92 of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settle in 1990 as "Life and Tradition in the Moorlands of North-East Yor. [Image]

Marie Hartley Beezy lead mine. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 224. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bempton Cliffs. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 267. [Image]

C H Wood Ltd Bradford Beverley Minster from the air. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

Unidentified Beverley Minster from the south. [Image]

Marie Hartley Beverley, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 49. [Image]

Leslie C. Worth Birds Flying Over the Sea. [Image]

Eric Atkinson (1965) Black Zoro. [Image]

Marie Hartley Blacksmith fixing a horse's shoe. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 197. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The Blacksmith made all the hinges and snecks". Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 57. [Image]

Marie Hartley Blackstone Edge (Roman Bridge). Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 93. [Image]

Unidentified Blankets drying on tenters in the tenter fields at Wormalds and Walker, Dewsbury Mills, Thornhill (1936). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 42. [Image]

Marie Hartley Blenkinsop Engine, made by Matthew Murray at Holbeck, Leeds, in 1812. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 71. [Image]

Unidentified Bolton Abbey. Bromide of the original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 148. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bolton Abbey. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 162. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bolton Abbey. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 148. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bolton Castle. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 199. [Image]

Bolton Priory. [Image]

Lionel M. De Sausmarez (1955) Bonamy Dobrée. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bone object. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 172. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bootham Bar, York. A second copy of the image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964) plate 5, above. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bootham Bar, York. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964) plate 5, above. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bootham Bar, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 7. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bowes, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 300. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1917) Boy. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bradford Wool Exchange, Market Street. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 77. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bridlington Harbour, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 70. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bridlington Harbour, showing cobles in the foreground. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 16 below (a third copy). [Image]

Marie Hartley Bridlington Harbour, showing cobles in the foreground. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 16 below.(a second copy). [Image]

Marie Hartley Bridlington Harbour, showing cobles in the foreground. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 16, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Brimham Rocks. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 148. [Image]

Brixton Street Scene. [Image]

unknown unidentified artist (1840) Broadmeadows, Berwickshire. [Image]

Marie Hartley Brodsworth Colliery, once the largest in Yorkshire, closed in 1990. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), across pages 50 and 51. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Bromide of final drawing of Witch Posts, found on page 9 of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). (page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settle in 1990 as "Life and Tradition in the Moorlands of North-Ea. [Image]

Marie Hartley Bronze age arrow-head found behind Stackhill House (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 16. [Image]

Stephen Chaplin Brotherton Library dome. [Image]

Marie Hartley Brough Hill Fair. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), across pages 110 and 111. [Image]

Unidentified Buck's panoramic view of Leeds 1745. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 11 above. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1928) Buildings with Scaffolding, (probably in the area to the south of Montparnasse, Paris, which was under construction, c.1928). [Image]

Marie Hartley Bull-ring. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 101. [Image]

Marie Hartley Burton Agnes Hall. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 262. [Image]

Marie Hartley Business was conducted round the Inns' (Driffield). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 173. [Image]

Marie Hartley Buttertubs Pass. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), across pages 190 and 191. [Image]

Marie Hartley Butterwort, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Byland Abbey, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 229. [Image]

George Morland A Call at the Red Lion Inn. [Image]

Cam Houses, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wharfedale" (1938). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley Captain Cook's ship, H.M.S. Endeavour. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 110. [Image]

Marie Hartley Caravan (The Green Plover) parked under a tree. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 89. [Image]

Unidentified Carding machine minders or feeders wearing black Italian pinafores, at Joshua Ellis and Co., Batley Carr Mills (c.1926). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 59. [Image]

Marie Hartley Carr Cote Bilsdale, smoke hood. Study prepared for "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972).The final illustration appears lower page 12. Page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settle in 1990 as "Life and Tra. [Image]

Marie Hartley Carved relief at Old Yorebridge School (fish-tailed woman holding a comb). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 42. [Image]

Yorkshire Post The Case Room, The Yorkshire Post. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

Marie Hartley Castle Bolton, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 183. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Castle Keep of Richmond. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 68. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Castle Keep of Richmond. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 68. [Image]

Bertram Unne Cattle Parade in the main ring, Great Yorkshire Show, Harrogate. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 72 and 73. [Image]

Unidentified Cautley, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley A Caygill clock-face. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 91. [Image]

Gyorgy Gordon (no date) Cello Player. [Image]

Eric Atkinson (1967) Celtic Icon. [Image]

Marie W. Last (1959) Chaos in the Heavens 2. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1911) Chauvigny. [Image]

Marie Hartley Cheese-making utensils: cheese press formerly at Plumtree Farm, Danbydale, milk can, measure for rennet, cheese kettle, Chesfords and sinker, curd cutter, cheese press at Nook House, Danbydale grinder and curd cutter. Original drawing for use in "Life in. [Image]

Dennis Creffield (c.1966) Chessmen. [Image]

James Caldwell (1793) The Children in the Wood, after Joshua Reynolds. [Image]

Unidentified Children of West Lane Chapel, Gomersal, at celebration for Coronation George V 1911. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 142. [Image]

The Children's Roundabout (Hawes Fair), recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wensleydale" (1936), a second copy. One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Circus came to the next village. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 130. [Image]

Marie Hartley Cleveland Bay stallion. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 239. [Image]

Marie Hartley Clifford's Tower, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 9. [Image]

Unidentified Clock-maker's advertisement. A print or trade card for Pratt of Askrigg. Reproduced in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 230. [Image]

Marie Hartley Clothiers House, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Robert P. Bevan (1893) Coastal landscape with village in the distance, probably Brittany, Pont-Aven. [Image]

Coastal rocks / Sailing boat and rocks. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Cobbles. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 111. [Image]

Marie Hartley Coble returning home, Flamborough Head. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 274. [Image]

Marie Hartley Cobles, North Landing, Flamborough. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 257. [Image]

Marie Hartley Colne Vallery from above Milnsbridge. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), across pages 82 and 83. [Image]

Oswald H. Birley (1943) Colonel Charles Harold Tetley DSO, TD, MA, LLD, DL (Pro-Chancellor 1926-46). [Image]

Professor Sir Lawrence Gowing (1972-73) Colonel Geoffrey H. Kitson, OBE, TD, DL, LLD (Pro-Chancellor 1965-72). [Image]

Unidentified Combine Harvester on the Wolds. [Image]

Unidentified Combine Harvester on the Wolds. [Image]

Marie Hartley Compass encircling rose. Original drawing used for cover embossment of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

Alfred A. Wolmark (1910) Concarneau. [Image]

Marie Hartley Conisborough Castle. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 42. [Image]

Marie Hartley Conisborough, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 9. [Image]

Marie Hartley Constable's staff inscribed Bainbridge Barony 1806. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 153. [Image]

Marie Hartley Cooking Utensils: crane and reckons, oven peels, steel hearth tidier, frying pans to hang on reckon crooks, tongs, toasting forks, cauldron, bakstone, yetling. Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page 14 (pa. [Image]

Marie Hartley Cooking and hearth utensils. Drawing containing many of the elements of the illustration used on page 14 of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), but without crane and reckons. Verso, three squared-up drawings of waggons, cp.page 109 of. [Image]

Marie Hartley Corn stacks. Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 107. [Image]

Unidentified A Corner of the No.2 Fish Market, St.Andrew's Docks, Hull. May 1962. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 3, above. [Image]

Edward Westoby (before 1820) Cornet G.W.Tireman, Yorkshire Hussars. [Image]

Francis Nicholson (1821) Corrie Lin, a fall of the Clyde near Lanark. [Image]

Marie Hartley Cotton grass. Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 81,[but marked no room].Verso, inscription p.40 Dalesm. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Country and Coal", horse and cart with colliery in background, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley The Court Room, Hull Trinity House. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 280. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Cover for "A Dales Heritage" (1982), using image of ? [Image]

Marie Hartley Coxwold. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 203. [Image]

Sir Charles J. Holmes (1921) Crags in Mardale. [Image]

Unidentified Crank Mill, Morley. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 34. [Image]

Marie Hartley Crayke, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 220. [Image]

Marie Hartley Crescent moon. Original drawing used for a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 286. [Image]

Yorkshire Post Cricket at Headingley. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

Marie Hartley Cruck Houses: Duck House, Farndale and Carr Cote, Bilsdale. Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page 12. (page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settle in 1990 as "Life and T. [Image]

Marie Hartley Crucks, the wooden framework of ancient houses. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 97. [Image]

Robert P. Bevan (c.1915) Cumberland Market from No.49. [Image]

Unidentified Cutlers making fine quality pocket knives at the works of George Ibberson & Company, Sheffield. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 9. [Image]

Marie Hartley Daffodils, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley "Daisy and the Dairy Show" (jersey cow and signpost). Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 163. [Image]

Unidentified "Dales Children" (Coates Children from Middle House, Malham Moor, with sheep dog puppies), image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Unidentified David Calvert in old age and his son, James, shoeing a horse at Gunnerside smithy, 1890s. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "A Dales Heritage" (1982), plate 52. [Image]

Unidentified David and Margaret Calvert, Gunnerside. He and his sons were all blacksmiths. Photograph taken in the 1870s, when they were on a visit to their son John in Wales.. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "A Dales Heritage" (1982), plate ? [Image]

Marie Hartley The Deer Park wall, Bolton Abbey, next to the moor at Hammerthorne Gate. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Dales Memories" (1986), plate 12. [Image]

Marie Hartley Dent, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 150. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Design for wrapper of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

Marie W. Last (1961 or 1964) Desolate Space. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Devil's Arrows. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 158. [Image]

Marie Hartley Diagram showing comparison of mean average temperatures at York and Askrigg. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 262. [Image]

Marie Hartley Diagrams showing the development of the parish of Aysgarth. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 200. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Dieppe - August 15th 1825. [Image]

Marie Hartley Dining Room. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 59. [Image]

Marie Hartley Dining-table and bench (with Thompson mouse). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 81. [Image]

Marie Hartley Display board for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, with decorations by Marie Hartley, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd., 1994, using copies of six illustrations, and title page. [Image]

Marie Hartley "A Dogerell Rhyme for a Wensleydale Pony" (standing pony facing right). Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on p. [Image]

Marie Hartley Dolly's Shoes rang on the Iron-hard Surface' (Dolly and the governess car). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 217. [Image]

Marie Hartley Door-head of Thomas Forster's house (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 85. [Image]

Marie Hartley Doorway and window arch at Edlington Church; verso, Spennithorne Church and yard. See Yorkshire Churches (1936), pp.80 and 140 respectively. [Image]

Marie Hartley Doorway of Askrigg Old Hall. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 76. [Image]

Marie Hartley Doorway, John Pratt's house. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 227. [Image]

Marie Hartley Dragonesque brooch. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 172. [Image]

Quentin Bell Draped Figure Drawing for Sculpture. [Image]

James H. Thomas (1895) The Draught Ox (Study for Sculpture). [Image]

(1977) Drawing. [Image]

Neville Boden (1969) Drawing for '36 Boxes'. [Image]

Robert P. Bevan (1918) Drawing for 'Horsedealers". [Image]

Nina Hamnett (June 1944) Drawing of a woman. [Image]

Marie Hartley Drawings of seven different witchposts, and billets(?), studies prepared for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), cp.page 9. (Page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settle in 1990 as "Life and Tr. [Image]

Marie Hartley Drawings prepared for "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972): bee appliances, including wooden piece for putting at entrance to hive to prevent mice getting in, handled peg, stick, ring and ? [Image]

Marie Hartley Drawings prepared for "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972): rulley and sledge (used in final illustration page 111, waggon made by J.Harrison & Sons, Grosmont, and trace hook (page 108) and end board (unidentified). Page references taken. [Image]

Marie Hartley Drop Hammer, Sheffield Steel Works. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 38. [Image]

Marie Hartley Dropping Well, Knaresborough. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 146. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Dunham Church - Sketch on the Trent - September 1st 1825. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Edward Barrett. [Image]

Oswald H. Birley (c.1947) Edward Spencer Cavendish, KG, LLD, 10th Duke of Devonshire (Chancellor 1938-50). [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Edward Westoby (A Self Portrait) as a young man. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Edward Westoby (A Self Portrait) as an older man. [Image]

Marie Hartley Egglestone Abbey, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 295. [Image]

Marie Hartley Eighteenth century lead piping with mouldings of elephants and bears. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 50. [Image]

Marie Hartley Electricity was made in a corn mill. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 65. [Image]

(1999) Elegy to a Lost Career. [Image]

J B. Anderson (1927) Elizabeth Annie Whittingham. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Elizabeth Fry (unfinished portrait). [Image]

Edward Westoby (1820) Elizabeth Fry reading to the prisoners in gaol. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ellerbeck Farm [Hall], Slaidburn, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 130. [Image]

Marie Hartley Elm Hill and Ellerkin. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 106. [Image]

Marie Hartley Enclosure award 1817. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 248. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Eton College. [Image]

Valentine Dobrée Europa. [Image]

Marie W. Last (1966) Evolution. [Image]

John Mitchell Extended Pier IX. [Image]

John Mitchell Extended Pier IX. [Image]

John Mitchell Extended Pier IX. [Image]

John Mitchell Extended Pier IX. [Image]

Harold Gilman (c.1913) The Factories (also known as Canal Buildings, Leeds). [Image]

(1986) The Fairy Queen ('The Fairest Isle'). [Image]

Duncan Grant (no date) Farm Buildings at Charleston. [Image]

Duncan Grant (no date) Farm Buildings at Charleston. [Image]

Marie Hartley A Farm in the Cleveland Hills. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 15, abve. [Image]

Sir Charles J. Holmes (1922) Farm near Appleby. [Image]

Marie Hartley Farm tools: blacksmith-made fork, muck fork, straw fork, gathering rakes, grease and sandhorn for strickle, lye in full graith, standard, star for cutting turnips, wooden grain shovel, sickle, flail, flail cap, leather loop and wooden wedge which join fla. [Image]

Marie Hartley Farndale daffodils. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 217. [Image]

John Kinnaird (1977) A Field Away. [Image]

Marie Hartley Field Names, mostly taken from the Tithe Award Map of 1839. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 244 and 245. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Fields of Askrigg depicting probable boundaries and the Ranes visible in the present day fields. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 239. [Image]

Patrick Procktor (1962) Figures at Night. [Image]

Patrick Procktor (1962) Figures by the Sea II. [Image]

Marie Hartley Filey Brigg. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 265. [Image]

Marie Hartley A Fine Old Dalesman' (from the Weatherhead family album). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 140. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Finished Cottage. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 67. [Image]

Marie Hartley Fire bellows embellished EP MH/COLESHOUSE/1939. Original drawing proposed for titlepage of "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), but not used. (There is a reference to the bellows on page 87 of the book). [Image]

Marie Hartley Fire-place at Newbiggin removed in 1952. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 226. [Image]

Marie Hartley Fishermen and Lobster-pot, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Alfred A. Wolmark (no date [c.1910]) Fishing Boats. [Image]

John B. Crome (c.1840) Fishing by Moonlight at Sanderdorf, near the Brille, Holland. [Image]

Marie Hartley Fitting organ pipes. Image associated with photographic illustrations used in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), cp. Plates 116 and 117. [Image]

Marie Hartley Five Rise Locks. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 125. [Image]

John Edenbrow Five Sisters Window, York Minster. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 72 and 73. [Image]

Marie Hartley Five drawings on one board, for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Top:Sheep Ear Marks (page 27); centre, left to right: merrill board (tailpiece page 132); a seventeenth-century charm to avert witch evil and illness. From Thom. [Image]

Marie Hartley Flamborough Head. Alternative version of subject (not used) as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964). [Image]

Marie Hartley Flamborough Head. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 1 (below). [Image]

Marie Hartley Fluffy Brown Babies' (black-headed gull nestlings). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 229. [Image]

Marie Hartley Fountains Abbey. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 156. [Image]

Marie Hartley Four clocks (indicated for use on page 14). [Image]

Marie Hartley Four drawings prepared for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972) : fiddlestick, spring pole and shears, used in final illustration on page 109; horse wheel for barn thresher; horse collar with spring catch, iron barfum; laying-off. [Image]

(1882) Fragment de la Fontaine dite La source aux Masques. [Image]

Marie Hartley From Sutton Bank, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 1. [Image]

Marie Hartley From a window of the Kings Arms Hotel. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 139. [Image]

Sarah Nechamkin Fruit Pickers. [Image]

Marie Hartley Fylingdales Moor. A less contrasty version of the image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 14 below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Fylingdales Moor. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 14 below. [Image]

Gambling Game. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The Gardener" (man and wheelbarrow). Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 4. [Image]

Camille Pissarro (c.1898) Gardeuse d'Oies. [Image]

Gayle, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wensleydale" (1936), a second copy. One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley Geese; cheese board (with Thompson mouse); sheep by a beck with overhanging tree; herb robert. Original drawings prepared for "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), and used as tailpieces in the case of the first three, pages 103, 88, and 110 respectively. The last. [Image]

Marie Hartley Geological map of Yorkshire. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 3. [Image]

Marie Hartley Geordie Horrabank. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 16. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The Georgian houses are dignified and imposing". Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 24. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Gill. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 18. [Image]

Marie Hartley Gipsies at Brough Hill Fair (late 1930s). Reproduced in "A Dales Album" (1991), plate 93. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1925) Girl Holding Her Foot. [Image]

Harold Gilman (c.1908) Girl by a Mantelpiece (also known as Study of a Standing Woman). [Image]

Brian Fielding (1954) Girl in a Black Dress. [Image]

Vanessa Bell Girl with Flowers. [Image]

Marie Hartley A Good Company Assembled' (sale of the Pearsons' farm). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 237. [Image]

Marie Hartley Gordale Bridge, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 140. [Image]

Marie Hartley Gordale Scar. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 166. [Image]

Stephen Chaplin (2000-1) Gowing's Kitson with Arts Sub Dean Donald, 3 Dec 1981. [Image]

Philip Naviasky Granada Gipsy Girl. [Image]

Spencer F. Gore (c.1907) The Grand Circle, the Alhambra. [Image]

Marie Hartley Grave stones for Burton, Driver, Hastwell (Askrigg). Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 138. [Image]

Marie Hartley Great Ayton and Roseberry Topping, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 285. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Great Wold Valley. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964) plate 4, above. [Image]

Victor Pasmore (c.1946/8) Green Abstract. [Image]

Marie Hartley Green Bridge over the Ure. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 71. [Image]

Robert P. Bevan (c.1918) The Green House, St John's Wood. [Image]

Willy Tirr (c.1964) Greenish-Yellow and Brown. [Image]

Marie Hartley Greta Bridge. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 185. [Image]

Greta VI. [Image]

Marie Hartley Grey Friars Church, Richmond. [Image]

Marie Hartley Grey Friars Church, Richmond. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1828) Guisborough Priory - October 31st 1828. [Image]

Unidentified Guisborough Priory, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Gunthwaite Hall Barn. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 45. [Image]

H.M.S. Twizzler, Irish Naval Surgeon on the Wrongs of his Profession. [Image]

Peter Greenham (1957) HRH The Princess Royal, CI, GCVO, GBE, RRC, LLD, Dr (honoris causa) de l'Université� de Lille Chancellor of the University 1951-1965. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hackness. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 228. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1918) Half-Clothed Model, Seated and Turned, in Profil Perdu. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1918) Half-clothed Model (Nina Hamnett). [Image]

Marie Hartley Halifax from Beacon Hill. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), across pages 90 and 91. [Image]

Marie Hartley Halifax, from Beacon Hill, verso, a bridge over a beck. [Image]

Marie Hartley Halifax, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 117. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Hall, Castle Howard. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 206. [Image]

Marie Hartley Halton Gill Littondale. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 143. [Image]

Marie Hartley Halton Gill and Littondale, once the haunt of deer grazing in the open field. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Dales Memories" (1986), plate 7. [Image]

Marie Hartley Harebells and grass.Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 238. [Image]

Marie Hartley Harewood House. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 131. [Image]

Marie Hartley Harlow Carr Gardens. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 140. [Image]

Marie Hartley Harpoon, Star Carr. Original drawing prepared for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), but not used. [Image]

Marie Hartley Harry Storey with Ella Pontefract at Stackhill House in 1941. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "A Dales Heritage" (1982), plate 59. [Image]

Marie Hartley A Haven on this High Plateau' (Tan Hill Inn). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 126. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hawes, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 194. [Image]

Duncan Grant Hawk. [Image]

Marie Hartley Haworth Parsonage. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 100. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hay-making on Croft Hill. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 237. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hay-time at Lease House. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 234. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hay-time. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 132. [Image]

Marie Hartley Haymakers, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Haymaking at Muker, Swaledale. Inscribed in pencil on reverse "Christopher Raw with rake. Thomas William Raw (son). John Hunter Scar House. Irishman" Reproduced in 'Yorkshire Album', 1998, plate 159. [Image]

(a recent printing by the artist, from the block originally cut c.1936) Haymaking in Wensleydale. [Image]

Alphonse Legros Head of Boy in Cap. [Image]

Bertram Unne Head of Danbydale and Danby Moor, North Yorkshire. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

Paul Cézanne (1873) Head of a young girl. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Headrow, Leeds, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 106. [Image]

Marie Hartley Headstones leaned out of long plumed grasses' (Patrington Church 'The Queen of Holderness'). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 133. [Image]

Marie Hartley Headstones leaned out of long plumed grasses' (Patrington Church 'The Queen of Holderness'). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 133. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hebden Bridge from the Buttress. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 94. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hebden Bridge, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 91. [Image]

Unidentified The Heckmondwike English Concertina Band playing on the occasion of a royal visit to Heckmondwike on 10 July 1912. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 137. [Image]

Yorkshire Post Her Majesty the Queen at the Grand Theatre Leeds, October 17(?) 1958. Image probably planned for use as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), but not used. [Image]

Anthony Gross (1947) Herne Bay Pier. [Image]

Marie Hartley High Force, Teesdale. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 183. [Image]

Harold Gilman (1915) Hills and Trees. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Holding the sheep for the Judge's Inspection". Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 85. [Image]

Thérèse Lessore (c.1934-40) Hop Pickers. [Image]

Horn o' Plenty. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hornsea Mere. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 275. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hornsea. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 277. [Image]

John F. Herring II Horses and Pigs. [Image]

Marie Hartley Horton-in-Ribblesdale, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 147. [Image]

The House under the Fells, Cumbria (1929). Reproduced in Forms and Colours (1992), page 50. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hubberholme Church in Langstrothdale dating from the twelfth century and famous for its rood loft. Across the bridge is the George inn at the foot of Kirkgill. Reproduced in "A Dales Album" (1991). [Image]

Hubberholme Church, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wharfedale" (1938). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Huddersfield Choral Society conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 72 and 73. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Hugills and the Franks reaping with a tractor and a Massey-Harris self-binder and stooking on Ewe cote Farm, Farndale. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 103. (Page ref. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Hugills and the Franks reaping with a tractor and a Massey-Harris self-binder and stooking on Ewe cote Farm, Farndale. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 103. (Page ref. [Image]

Marie Hartley Hull, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 44. [Image]

Rosalie De Meric (1954) Hunted Deer. [Image]

Unidentified Hurst in Swaledale, lead-miner's cottage, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Unidentified Hurst in Swaledale, lead-miner's cottage, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Hutton-le-Hole, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 242. [Image]

Trevor Bell (1960) Image of Blues. [Image]

Marie Hartley Implements for cultivation: swing plough, wheeled plough, double furrow plough and horse balks, scruffler and cobbletree. Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page 49 (page reference taken from the new editio. [Image]

Marie Hartley In Farndale. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 160. [Image]

Wendy Abbott (1968) In Heavy Air. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ingleborough from Crina Bottom. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 164. [Image]

Marie Hartley Interior, Merchant Adventurer's Hall, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 20. [Image]

Interior, The Grand Theatre, Leeds. A second copy of image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

Interior, The Grand Theatre, Leeds. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

Cecil King (1972) Intrusion. [Image]

Marie Hartley Isabella (Tibby) Tinkler, bookseller of Richmond, a portrait. [Image]

Trevor Bell (1959) Italian. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ivelet Bridge. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 42. [Image]

Marie Hartley J.Atkinson leading peats with a coup cart to West End, Lunds, upper Wensleydale. Some peats are drying on the ground and others have been built into conical stacks (1936). Reproduced in "Yorkshire Album" (1988), plate 152. [Image]

Lionel M. De Sausmarez (c.1951) James Kirkup (Gregory Fellow in Poetry 1950-52). [Image]

Edward Westoby (1823) James Montgomery. [Image]

Unidentified Jane Ryder of Redmire,1935. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 69. [Image]

Unidentified January was our best-loved month' (Askrigg ). Bromide of the original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 228. [Image]

Marie Hartley Jet cameo ( Roman). Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 234. [Image]

Marie Hartley Jet-worker. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 235. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Jim Nelson, shoemaker, Settle. He is demonstrating the saying 'A shoemaker looks with his fingers'". Reproduced in "A Dales Album" (1991). [Image]

Marie Hartley Jimmy and Jim. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 49. [Image]

Marie Hartley John Pratt Grandfather clock made in Askrigg. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 236. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1827) John Westoby on his deathbed. [Image]

Unidentified John Wood or Bilsdale Ploughs from the original wood-engravings illustrating a small undated catalogue issed from Driffield probably a few years after they moved there in 1911. Bromides cut out and pasted onto board, for use in "Life in the Moorlands of N. [Image]

Marie Hartley Joiners' and wheelwrights' work (oxbow, pig creel, two-man barrow, pig-tub for scalding, rulley, block cart showing sword, sledge. Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page 111 (page reference taken from the. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Keep, Richmond Castle. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 192. [Image]

Marie Hartley Keld. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 12. [Image]

Sarah Nechamkin Kentish Landscape. [Image]

Marie Hartley Kettlewell, Wharfedale (cp.frontispiece for Yorkshire Dales). [Image]

Marie Hartley Kettlewell, Wharfedale. Original drawing used for frontispiece of "The Yorkshire Dales" (1956). [Image]

Marie Hartley Kirkgate, Castle Museum, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 26. [Image]

Marie Hartley Kirkham Abbey, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Kirkstall Abbey. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 120. [Image]

John Bratby (1965) Kitchen. [Image]

Marie Hartley Knapsack, walking shoes, map and stick. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 20. [Image]

Simon Hodgson Knaresborough. A second copy, with more contrast, of the image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 7, below. [Image]

Simon Hodgson Knaresborough. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 7, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ladies' Day, War Weapons' Week'. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 197. [Image]

Marie Hartley Lady Bridge, Sheffield, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 22. [Image]

Marie Hartley Lady Bridge, Sheffield, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 22. [Image]

Marie Hartley Lady Hill. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 259. [Image]

Spencer F. Gore Lady with a Dulcimer. [Image]

Alexander Cozens (no date) A Lake Scene - Evening (also known as Landscape with Lake and Tree (....Old Tower). [Image]

C Morris (1865) Landscape. [Image]

Landscape 'Le Soir', after Rousseau. [Image]

Matthew A. Smith (1908-16) Landscape at Aix. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1928) Landscape in the South of France [?Jas de Bouffan]. [Image]

unknown Dutch School (1700s) Landscape with Bridge. [Image]

Salomon v. Ruysdael (1637) Landscape with Church. [Image]

Salomon v. Ruysdael (1637) Landscape with Church. [Image]

Salomon v. Ruysdael (1637) Landscape with Church. [Image]

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1850s?) Landscape with Cottage and Windmill. [Image]

Alexander Cozens (no date) Landscape with High Hill (Right). [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1920) Landscape with House. [Image]

Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot (1870s?) Landscape with Wood. [Image]

Langstrothdale, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wharfedale" (1938). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley Late-type Bronze Age spear-head found at Semerwater. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 9. [Image]

Le Bain de Diane, after Corot. [Image]

Paul Sérusier (1907) Le café. [Image]

Paul Sérusier (1907) Le café. [Image]

Marie Hartley Lease House. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 202. [Image]

Richard Westall (1811) Leda and the Swan. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ledston Luck Colliery. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 47. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Lee Gap Fair" (horses and caravans, with men), original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

George Walker (1814) Leech Finders (also known as "Leech Gatherers"). [Image]

Marie Hartley Leeds Town Hall. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 107. [Image]

Leeds at the present day (1960s). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 11. [Image]

Marie Hartley Left, Chelsea figure; centre, log basket; right, toaster. Original drawings used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 82, 45, 87 respectively. [Image]

Marie Hartley Left, sneck with pierced figures 1748; centre, ?knocker; right, Eternity knocker. Original drawings used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 56, 21, 31 respectively. [Image]

Quentin Bell Levitation Drawing for Sculpture. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Library, Nostell Priory. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 65. [Image]

Shirley Fletcher (c.1980) Lightfall. [Image]

Marie Hartley Lilla Cross. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 230. [Image]

Marie Hartley Lily-of-the-Valley, original drawing prepared and proposed as one of the illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), but not used. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Lindley Murray, Quaker and grammarian of York. [Image]

Marie Hartley Linton-in-Craven. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 135. [Image]

Unidentified "Little Mesters", Sheffield Cutlers, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Loamy presides at a bench in the middle. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 30. [Image]

Bryan Senior (1959) The Loft (Coffee Bar) 1959. [Image]

Malcolm Stewart (c.1897) Lord Frederick Charles Cavendish MP (President of the Yorkshire College 1874-82). [Image]

Dickinson Lower part of Dickinson's Sketch III of part of the Manor of Templenewsam belongin to the Marquis of Hertford (1731). [Image]

Marie Hartley Main Street, Dent town. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 176. [Image]

William Etty (c.1835-40) Male Nude Figure Holding a Jug. [Image]

C H Wood Ltd Bradford Malham Cove, Malham Tarn, and Gordale Scar from the air. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

Marie Hartley Man,horse and cart with quarry stone; limestone boulders on gateposts; the original bedroom fireplace; garden produce. Four original drawings used as tailpieces in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 39, 73, 78 and 121 respectively. [Image]

Marie Hartley Manny brought the furniture up in his cart. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 85. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of Pre-Historic Sites. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 11. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of West Yorkshire. Original drawing for "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), pp.12 and 13. [Image]

Unidentified Map of model village: Saltaire, built by Sir Titus Salt between 1854 and 1872. Image used for one of the illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 85. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of north-east Yorkshire. Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page xii (page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settle in 1990 as "Life and Tradition in the Moorlands of No. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the Original Parish of Aysgarth in Wensleydale. Original drawing used as endpapers for back of "Yorkshire Village" (1953). [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the Original Parish of Aysgarth in Wensleydale. Original drawing used as endpapers for back of "Yorkshire Village" (1953). [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the Township of Askrigg. Original drawing used as endpapers for front of "Yorkshire Village" (1953). [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the Turnpike Roads. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 108. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the Yorkshire Dales. Original drawing used for endpapers of "The Yorkshire Dales" (1956). [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the Yorkshire Dales. Original drawing used in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), page xii. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the Yorkshire Regions, Hills and Rivers. Original drawing for endpapers for "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964). [Image]

Marie Hartley Map of the coast about 7,500 B.C.. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 8. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapter 5 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "Hull and Holderness", page 51. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapters 12, 13,15,16 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "Craven, Wharfedale, Nidderdale", page 133. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapters 14,17,18,27 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "The North Pennine Dales", page 189. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapters 2,3,4 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "South Yorkshire Coal, Steel, and Marshland", page 13. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapters 21-26 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "Cleveland, Whitby, and the North-East Moors and Dales", page 233. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapters 6, 7 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "The Middle Coast and the Wolds", page 61. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapters 8, 19,20 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "The Plain of York and the Howardian Hills", page 211. [Image]

Marie Hartley Map used for Chapters 9, 10, 11 of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939): "West Riding Industrial", page 95. [Image]

Camille Pissarro (c.1891) Marché à la volaille, à Gisors. [Image]

Unidentified Marie Hartley and Ella Pontefract, with dogs. Image originally used as the frontispiece for "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950). The dogs are named as Hardy and Chris in "Yorkshire Cottage" (page 79). Later (in the 1990s) MH wrote on the reverse of a mount that t. [Image]

Unidentified Marie Hartley and Joan Ingilby at home. [Image]

Unidentified Marie Hartley and Joan Ingilby. Marie standing by (?painting) the big picture of Askrigg (December 1984). [Image]

Marie Hartley Markenfield Hall. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 150. [Image]

Marie Hartley Market Cross and Main Street, Askrigg, with edge of churchyard wall. Wrapper design for "Yorkshire Village" (second edition ). [Image]

Marie Hartley Market Cross and Main Street, Askrigg. (?Original drawing proposed for "Yorkshire Village" (1953), but not used ). [Image]

Marie Hartley The Market Cross, Askrigg. Original drawing for a tailpiece, ?proposed for "Yorkshire Village" (1953), but not used. [Image]

Marie Hartley Market Day, Northallerton, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 209. [Image]

Marie Hartley Market Street, Bradford, showing the town hall and a lorry carrying bales of wool (retouched). Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 12 above. [Image]

Marie Hartley Market Street, Bradford, showing the town hall and a lorry carrying bales of wool (retouched). Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 12 above. [Image]

Marrick Priory, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Swaledale" (1934). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Terry Frost (c.1957) Mars Red, Yellow and Brown. [Image]

Marie Hartley Marston Whin. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 160. [Image]

(1932) Martha's Cup. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mast at Holme Moss BBC Television Station. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 67. [Image]

Professor Sir Lawrence Gowing (1972) Meadow and Trees, Dunshay. [Image]

Jacob Kramer (1916) Meditation - "The Jew". [Image]

Unidentified Men of the Middle Stone Age at Star Carr (drawing by Alan Sorrell). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 2, above. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Merchandise handled on its Docks' (Hull). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 163. [Image]

Michael. [Image]

Marie Hartley Micklegate Bar, York, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 81. [Image]

Marie Hartley Milestone on Abbotside on the Askrigg to Sedbergh turnpike road. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 111. [Image]

Marie Hartley Milnsbridge in the Colne Valley, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 99. [Image]

Unidentified Miners at Calverton Colliery, Notts., begin their journey to the coalface (The 'Paddy Mail'). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 8. [Image]

Marie Hartley Miss Hannah Banks. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 193. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The Mist-Swept Soft Horizons" (church and stand of trees in gated churchyard). Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for. [Image]

Henry Fuseli (no date) Mistress Page in 'The Merry Wives of Windsor'. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Mock-up for wrapper of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

Unidentified Molten steel being poured into a mould at Grimesthorpe Works. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 2, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Moorcock Show, Judging Sticks. ?Reproduced in "A Dales Album" (1991). [Image]

Marie Hartley Moorlands around Shaw House, Arkengarthdale. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 1. [Image]

Harold Gilman (c.1914) Mornington Crescent. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1919) Mother and Child. [Image]

Harold Gilman (1917/1918) Mother and Child. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1918) Mother and Child. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1919) Mother and Child. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mount Grace Priory. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 200. [Image]

Alexander Cozens (no date) A Mountain Pool (also known as A Mountain Tarn). [Image]

Joseph M. Turner (no date [c.1794-97]) Mountain and Trees. [Image]

Trevor Bell (1959) Movement and Counterpoint. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Arthur Robinson, former miller of Rievaulx, dressing a millstone. Probably associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Cp. plate 140. Page reference taken from the new edition, w. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr B Hirst of Peter Conacher and Co., Huddersfield, soldering an organ pipe. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 116. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr B. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 129. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Brian Fawcett, Greenses, near Keld, Swaledale, jagging bales of hay. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 69. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr F. Shields, tinsmith of Redmire, Wensleydale, soldering handles onto a backcan. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 183. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr F.Gallon of Ugthorpe making a scuttle. Probably associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Cp. plate 189. Page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr F.Parker, printer, of Hawes in Wensleydale. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr G.Featherstone and Miss R.Farrow gathering seaves at Venom's Nick, Rosedale. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 172. (Page reference taken from the new edition, which wa. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr G.Thompson, South View, High Walls, Lealholm, with a 'boddin o' cowls' (a burden of burnt heather stems). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 155 . (Page reference taken. [Image]

Unidentified Mr Harold Morton and his sister, Mrs Ethel Lockwood, making plant pots at Lindley Moor Pottery, Salendine Nook (1946). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 121. [Image]

E C. Butler Mr Ishmael Whittell, hand-loom plush weaver, at Messrs Sykes and Tunnicliffe, Northfields Mill, Almondbury (1919). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 10. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr J. Lumsden, Rawson Syke, Farndale, using a horse wheel, c.1933. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 117. (Page reference taken from the new edition, which was published b. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr J.Scaife, Pickering, making a bee skep. Probably associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Cp. plate170. Page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith. [Image]

Unidentified Mr Jack and Mr Jimmy Eddon, Stape Inn (Hare and Hounds), Stape, hammering the ash to separate the rings for making lappings (besom-making) 1911. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Jim Graham, Hunt House, Goathland, cutting turf on Goathland Moor, using a cock spade, and sacking instead of knappers. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 158. (Page ref. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Jim Peacock, stonemason of Castle Bolton, using a small lettering chisel and a mash hammer to carve his trademark. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 190. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr John Hunter walling a gap on the Buttertubs Pass. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 197. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr John Winsby, cabinet maker of Leyburn, Wensleydale, in his workshop. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 152. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr K.Eddon of Goathland building turf rooks within sight of the Fylingdales Early Warning Station. Probably associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Cp. plates 157-159. Page refe. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr L Feather in his bakery at Haworth making oatcake: placing the finished oatcake onto a wire tray. Associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), cp.plates 98-102. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr L Feather in his bakery at Haworth making oatcake: pouring a ladleful of batter onto the scored bakboard. Associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), cp.plates 98-102. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr L Feather in his bakery at Haworth making oatcake: pulling the lever which jerks the tram forward to throw the batter on to the bakestone. Associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), cp.pl. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr L Feather in his bakery at Haworth making oatcake: transferring the batter on to the cloth of the tram. Associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), cp.plates 98-102. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr L Feather in his bakery at Haworth making oatcake: turning the oatcake with a bent knife, after which it is transferred to the cooler end of the bakestone, shown on the left. Associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life and Tradit. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr L. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 77. [Image]

Beth Smith Mr Larkin Was Very Strict in his Library. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr M.E.Ward, saddler, of Helmsley, making a hedging mitten. . Probably associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Myles Bainbridge, clogger, of Sedbergh, fits the upper to the sole. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 215. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Norman Fitton of Bramley voicing an organ pipe. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 117. [Image]

Unidentified Mr R.A. and Mr J.E. Fawcett bringing sheep from Dodd Fell on Howgate above Hawes (1980). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Dales Memories" (1986), plate 64. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr S. and Mr F. Woof and Blossom, Woodbridge Farm, Dent, pulling the rope tight over a sledge load of hay (c.1952). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 135. [Image]

Unidentified Mr Samson Strong, Leeds, making clay pipes (1938). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 127 (reversed). [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Seth Eccles, thatcher, of Helmsley, thatching Oak Hill in Farndale. Probably associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Cp. plate 200. Page reference taken from the new edition,. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr Tommy Hunter, boot-maker of Redmire, Wensleydale, sharpening a knife in his workshop. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 208. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr W. Calvert, Thorns, Swaledale, holding twins at lambing time. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 76. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr and Mrs Jack Thwaite and Molly, Mouse Syke, Grisedale, leading hay with a sledge. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 136. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mr and Mrs S. Beeforth, Westerdale, with some of the corn dollies they have made. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 187. (Page reference taken from the new edition, which. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mrs H. Kirkbride, Town Head Farm, Askrigg, Wensleydale, making a hooky rug. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 50. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mrs Jane Calvert, Low Wood Farm, Pateley Bridge, holding her mother's knitting stick and knitting belt which is Scottish. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Dales Memories" (1986), plate 85. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mrs K.Barker in the kitchen at Quarry Farm,Glaisdale, showing the witchpost in position. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 13. (Page reference taken from the new edition,. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mrs M.Graham, Hunt House, Goathland, making gale beer. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 26. (Page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settl. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mrs P.Metcalfe, Shoregill, Swaledale, with iron cheese press (cropped). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 22. [Image]

Wenceslaus Hollar (1643) Mulier Religiosa Antwerpiensis. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mural, Pickering Church, Descent into Hades. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 221. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mural, Pickering Church, St Christopher. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 219. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Nant Mill, Caernarvonshire (?). [Image]

Georg Ehrlich Near Perranporth. [Image]

Auguste Boulard Neuville, after Daubigny. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Newark Castle taken from the steam packet going from Hotheringham to Gainsborough - September 1st 1825. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Night Shift Finishes' (coal-miners). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 158. [Image]

Marie Hartley Norber Boulders. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 173. [Image]

Marie Hartley Norman doorway, Healaugh Church. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 98. [Image]

Unidentified North Bridge, Halifax 1903. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 81. [Image]

Marie Hartley Norwegian farms. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 40. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1918) Nude Girl Drawing (Nina Hamnett?). [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1918) Nude Seated Model (Nina Hamnett). [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1925) Nude Seated Model (With Her Left Hand Touching Her Foot). [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1918) Nude Turning Sideways and resting on elbows (Nina Hamnett). [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1918) Nude With One Leg in Air (probably Nina Hamnett). [Image]

Martin Froy (1957) Nudes Composition. [Image]

Marie Hartley Oak Crag, Farndale, a renovated and altered medieval long house; 58 feet long by 23 feet wide. Three pairs of crucks. The 'dovecot' windows and thatch are recent. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Old Cottage. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 5. [Image]

Elizabeth Armstrong (c.1882-83) An Old Dame. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Old Hall, with the eighteenth-century additions of the balcony and upper doors (Askrigg Old Hall, burnt down in 1935). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 100. [Image]

Marie Hartley Old Stalling Busk Church and Semerwater. [Image]

Unidentified An Olefine plant at the Wilton Works ( Middlesbrough) of Imperial Chemical Industries, with a view of part of the gas separation plant. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 15, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Olive Holliday and Eva Johnson on a walking tour, passing by Askrigg Old Hall. Photograph taken by MH c.1926. The Old Hall was burnt down in 1935. cp.drawing on page 100 of "Yorkshire Village" (1953). [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Olney Church. [Image]

Robert P. Bevan (c1908) Opatow, Poland. [Image]

Marie Hartley Open Fields of Halton near Leeds. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 12. [Image]

John Danvers (1988) The Opening Door. [Image]

Original and later covers for Marie Hartley and Joan Ingilby's "The Old Hand-knitters of the Dales" (1951), the first in two colour, green and black, using a photograph of a man and woman knitting; the second in 4-colour, using reproduction of G.Walker pr. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Original dustjacket, or wrapper, for "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), printed in green, dark blue and red on white paper, using original drawing by Marie Hartley based on the photograph of a View from Sutton Bank, (plate 7 in the same book). [Image]

Marie Hartley Original wrapper design for "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942). [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Original wrapper for "A Dales Album" (1991) with green and yellow text on grey, and using colour photograph of Burnsall village. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Original wrapper for "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), published by J.M.Dent and Sons Ltd., using detail of plate 10 (Mr Ishmael Whittell, hand-loom plush weaver). [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Original wrapper for "Yorkshire Portraits", J.M.Dent & Sons, Ltd. (1961). [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Original wrapper for 'Yorkshire Heritage' (1950). [Image]

Marie Hartley Original wrapper for the first edition of "Yorkshire Village", published by J.M.Dent and Sons Ltd, London 1953. [Image]

Marie Hartley Our Pig. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 219. [Image]

Ross Mendes (1966) Outspace. [Image]

Marie Hartley Over the Shoulder of Whernside to Dent Town' . Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 51. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ox Bow Stone; a pair of gateway stones, showing L-shaped hollows on one and round holes on the other, for wooden bars; ?base stones for beam press. Cp. drawing used on page 45 of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Page reference take. [Image]

Norman Stevens (1983) Packer's Farm Gate. [Image]

Marie Hartley Packhorse Bridge at Birstwith, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 172. [Image]

Fred S. Wrigley (c.1900) "The Paddy Mail", image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Unidentified Page from Askrigg poor-rate book (photographic copy). Used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 129. [Image]

Marie Hartley Page of seven drawings prepared for "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972): pig tub for scalding, pig creel, two man barrow (all used in final illustration on page 111; thigh-spade for cutting turf, (page 78), grease horn, bee stone and bi. [Image]

Parade of Horses before the St Leger. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 72 and 73. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Parish Chest. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 198. [Image]

Marie Hartley Part of Alexander Smith's house, Low Camshouse, drawn from a photograph taken about 1913. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 81. [Image]

Unidentified Part of John Pratt's house (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 123. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Paste up for spine for wrapper of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

Marie Hartley Patrington church. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 288. [Image]

Marie Hartley Percy Tomb, Beverley Minster. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 255. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pickering, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 252. [Image]

(1968) The Picnic. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Bilsdale to Ryedale. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Bowland. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Cleveland. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Dentdale and Garsdale. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Farndale and Rosedale. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Hackness. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Scarborough to Whitby. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Upper Nidderdale. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of Whitby to Pickering. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of the Cleveland Coast. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of the Forest of Galtres. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of the Howardian Hills. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of the Vale of Mowbray. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pictorial Map of the Valley of the Wharfe. Original drawing produced for "The Dalesman". Date and page reference to be researched. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pike. Original drawing prepared for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), but not used. [Image]

Marie Hartley A Place of Memories' (the Georgian house at Yockenthwaite). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 129. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan before and after reconstruction. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 26. [Image]

Unidentified Plan of Askrigg Church, showing eighteenth-century pews, vestry and singing gallery prior to 1853 restoration. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 208. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of Askrigg. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 18. [Image]

Unidentified Plan of Brodsworth Colliery Surface. [Image]

Unidentified Plan of Brodsworth Colliery Surface ( a third copy). [Image]

Unidentified Plan of Brodsworth Colliery Surface (a second copy). [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of Clifford's Tower, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 11. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of Conisborough Castle, First floor. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 43. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of Fountains Abbey. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 102. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of Roman fort at Bainbridge. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 296. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of York Minster. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 38. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of buildings and land before renovation.Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 7. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of buildings behind houses at the West End, showing overcrowding (in eighteenth century). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 125. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of cotton mill at Askrigg (from a drawing in the collection of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 132. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of former slums at Camp Field, Leeds, demolished circa 1900. Original drawing for "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), p.85. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plan of windows of York Minster. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 15. [Image]

Marie Hartley Plans of Cliff Cottage, Beadlam; Oak Crag, Farndale and Stonebeck Gate Farm, Little Fryup, 97 acres. Original drawings for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page 3 (page reference taken from the new edition, which was publishe. [Image]

Unidentified Planting the Penny Hedge at Whitby, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Unidentified Plaster overmantel in the Hall (Askrigg Old Hall). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 75. [Image]

Unidentified The Plough Stots at Goathland, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Pieter de Wint (attrib.) the Plough. [Image]

Rupert Lee (1921) Polar Bears. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pontefract Castle (from an old drawing). Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 93. [Image]

Charles Dixon (1907) The Pool of London. [Image]

Marie Hartley Portrait bust (Gladstone). Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 236. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1812) Portrait of Amos Westoby. [Image]

John Singer Sargent (1886) Portrait of Edmund Gosse. [Image]

Edward Westoby (c.1816) Portrait of Edward Westoby's sister. [Image]

Pietro Annigoni (1971) Portrait of HRH The Duchess of Kent GCVO, LLD., (Chancellor of the University 1965-99). [Image]

John Russell (1805) Portrait of John Marshall. [Image]

Nina Hamnett (1917) Portrait of Lady Constance Stewart-Richardson. [Image]

Nina Hamnett (1917) Portrait of Lady Constance Stewart-Richardson. [Image]

Nina Hamnett (1917) Portrait of Lady Constance Stewart-Richardson. [Image]

Sir William Rothenstein (1916) Portrait of Michael Sadler. [Image]

John Russell (1805) Portrait of Mrs Marshall (nee Jane Pollard). [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1917) Portrait of Nina Hamnett. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1823) Portrait of Reverend Thomas Fry, MA. [Image]

Mark Gertler (1915) Portrait of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler KCSI. [Image]

Mark Gertler (1915) Portrait of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler KCSI. [Image]

Mark Gertler (1915) Portrait of Sir Michael Ernest Sadler KCSI. [Image]

Professor Sir Lawrence Gowing (1971) Portrait of Sir Roger Bentham Stevens, GCMG, MA, LLD (1906-1980), Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds 1963-1970. [Image]

Joseph Sydney W. Hodges Portrait of William Beckett, ESQ, MP. [Image]

unknown Dutch School Portrait of a Gentleman. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1919) Portrait of a Girl (the artist's sister, Kate). [Image]

Marcus Geeraerts The elder (c.1596) Portrait of a Man (Duke of Monmouth). [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Portrait of a Young Man. [Image]

John R. Smith Portrait of the artist's wife, Hannah Croome. [Image]

John R. Smith Portrait of the artist's wife, Hannah Croome. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1911) Portrait, probably Vanessa Bell. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Poseur our Cat" (cat sitting by hearth). Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 141. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pottery (examples from the Yorkshire Museum, Bolling Hall and Shibden Hall). Original drawing for "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), p.137. [Image]

Marie Hartley Prehistoric Yorkshire. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 7. [Image]

Marie Hartley Prehistoric carved chalk drum (near Filey), British Museum. Original drawing for titlepage of "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964). [Image]

Francisco J. de Goya y Lucientes (1863 edition) Prisoner in chains, from the Disasters of War, 1863 edition, published Gazette des Beaux-Arts, Delâtre, Paris. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Processes of Worsted Manufacture (based on information supplied by the Wool (& Allied) Textile Employers' Council). Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 76. [Image]

Frederic Yates (c.1900) Professor Louis Compton Miall DSc, FRS (1842-1921) (Professor of Biology 1876-1907). [Image]

Jacob Kramer (c1943) Professor Selig Brodetsky. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Proof copy of wrapper for first edition of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire", J.M.Dent & Sons, 1972. [Image]

Proofs and paste-ups for "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964). [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Publisher's flier for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Publisher's flier for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), a second copy. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Publisher's flier for first edition of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire", J.M.Dent & Sons, 1972. [Image]

Publisher's flier for first edition of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire", J.M.Dent & Sons, 1972 (fourth copy). [Image]

Marie Hartley Pudding Lane. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 113. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pummel and knur (the ball) and spell. Original drawing for "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), p.155. [Image]

Marie Hartley Pump Room, Harrogate. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 134. [Image]

Neville Boden (c.1965) Purple, White, Vermillion Red on Brown Paper. [Image]

The Quarry. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Quarry. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 32. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Quarryman. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 35. [Image]

Unidentified Rag sorting at J.R.Burrows, Carlinghow Mills, Batley. Original print, early 1930s. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 51. [Image]

Stephen Chaplin Railway Lines, Yaxley, Near Peterborough. [Image]

Marie Hartley Railway Museum, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 29. [Image]

Simon Hodgson Railway Station, York. A second copy (cropped), of the image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964) , plate 5, below. [Image]

Simon Hodgson Railway Station, York. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 5, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rainstorm. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 1. [Image]

Marie Hartley Raised pork pie surrounded by a link of sausages. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 221. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ralph Cross, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Rash Grange, near Muker, Swaledale (this may be a second copy of "Sunshine and Shadow" check Solander Box 38). [Image]

Marie Hartley Rash Grange, near Muker, Swaledale. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 13 below. [Image]

Raven Seat, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Swaledale" (1934). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1918) Reclining Nude, three-quarter length. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1918) Reclining Nude, three-quarter length (Nina Hamnett), verso Upright Nude Study, almost full-length. [Image]

Matthew A. Smith (1924) Reclining nude: the mauve chemise. [Image]

Marie Hartley (Red Deer) Stag frontlet, Star Carr. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 243. [Image]

Terry Frost (1960) Red, Black,and White. [Image]

Terry Frost (1967/8) Red, green and black. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Reduced forms of illustrations of Gladstone bust, and dragonesque brooch for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

Reeth Bridge, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Swaledale" (1934). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley Reeth Sheep Sale. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 212. [Image]

Reproduction print of "Wensleydale Knitters" from George Walkers's 'Costumes of Yorkshire', 1812. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Reverend Amos Westoby, Rector of Farthingston, Northamponshire. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rey Cross on Stainmore. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 187. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rey Cross, original drawing prepared and proposed as one of the illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), but not used. [Image]

Marie Hartley Riccall Church, Romanesque doorway. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 260. [Image]

Marie Hartley Richmond, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 196. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rievaulx Abbey, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 236. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rievaulx Abbey. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 214. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ripley Castle. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 144. [Image]

Bertram Unne River Wharfe, Langstrothdale. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 224 and 225. [Image]

John Crome (c.1860) Road by a blasted oak, with labouring man to right. [Image]

Robert P. Bevan (c.1893) The Road by the Forest, Brittany. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The Road to Marsett". Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 60. [Image]

Marie Hartley Robin Hood's Bay (horses and cart in the street), verso, Bawtry (the Crown Hotel). [Image]

Unidentified Robin Hood's Bay cp Yorkshire Tour p.5. [Image]

Marie Hartley Robin Hood's Bay, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 5. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rockingham China: Cadogan teapot in a brown glaze. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 57 (an earlier version of the rhinoceros vase is taped over). [Image]

Marie Hartley Rockingham China: Rhinoceros Vase. Original drawing used a final version for illustration in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 57. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rockingham China:encrusted china basket. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 57. [Image]

Marie Hartley Roman Road, Blackstone Edge. [Image]

Marie Hartley Roman Yorkshire. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 10. [Image]

Marie Hartley Roman road up Buckden Raikes, Wharfedale (1937). Reproduced in "A Dales Album" (1991). [Image]

Marie Hartley Roman tombstone, Yorkshire Museum. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 5. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rose on stem, original drawing used for title page of "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Roseberry Topping. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 242. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rosehips. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 212. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Rouen in Normandy - August 11th 1825. [Image]

Adam White (c.1970) Round Arch. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rounding up Dalesbred ewes in winter on Grassington Moor, Wharfedale. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 13 above. [Image]

Marie Hartley Rounding up Dalesbred ewes in winter on Grassington Moor, Wharfedale. Reverse print of image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964). [Image]

Marie Hartley Rounding up sheep on Grassington Moor. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 13 above. [Image]

John S. Cotman (no date) A Ruined Tower. [Image]

Marie Hartley Ruins of the Old Gang Smelt mill, Swaledale, built 1790 and closed in 1898. Photograph taken in 1948. Associated with the photographic illustrations used in "A Dales Heritage" (1982), cp. plate 42. [Image]

Mark Senior (1924) Runswick Bay. [Image]

William Huggins (1851) Saddled Horse (Expectation). [Image]

Marie Hartley The Saloon, Farnley Hall. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 128. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Sarah Westoby on her deathbed. [Image]

Marie Hartley Scarborough Castle. [Image]

Unidentified Scarborough Harbour, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Scarborough, from Oliver's Mount. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964) plate 16, above. [Image]

Marie Hartley Scarborough, from Oliver's Mount. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964). plate 16, above. This version shows more of the trees in the foreground. [Image]

Marie Hartley Scenes of the Village Street with the hill beyond as background. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 9. [Image]

Unidentified Schofield, Milliner and Fancy Draper. The window of Schofield's first shop at Leeds (c.1905). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 111. [Image]

James Bateman (1840s) Scotch Gamekeepers' Ponies and Dogs. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Sculpture Gallery, Newby Hall. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 153. [Image]

John Currie (1913) The Seamstresses. [Image]

John Currie (1913) The Seamstresses. [Image]

Edwin Ellis Seascape. [Image]

(no date) Seated Figure: Astronomy. [Image]

Alfred Stevens (no date) Seated Figure:Geometry. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1920s) Seated Nude: Sitting on the ground and leaning on the seat of a chair. [Image]

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska Seated Woman-Nude. [Image]

Marie Hartley Selby Toll-Bridge, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 33. [Image]

Marie Hartley Self-acting mules for spinning woollen yarn at Gillroyd Mills, Morley, 1930s. Associated with the series of photographs used to illustrate "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), cp.plate 35. [Image]

Marie Hartley Selwicks Bay. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 270. [Image]

Marie Hartley Semerwater in winter. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 196. [Image]

Stephen Chaplin (2000-1) Senate on 4 Dec 1976. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Shambles, York. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 22. [Image]

Marie Hartley Shaw Paddock and Wild Boar Fell. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 106. [Image]

Marie Hartley Sheep and lamb, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Sheep clipper. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 253. [Image]

Marie Hartley Sheep's skull in grass. Original drawing proposed for "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950) but not used. [Image]

Marie Hartley Sheffield Grinders. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 34. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The Shelley Brooch, seedpearls and garnets". Original drawing produced for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). [Image]

Edward Westoby (1820) Shipwreck at Brighton- Sunday night, November 1820. [Image]

Stephen Chaplin (1955) Shooter's Hill from Blackheath. [Image]

Edward Westoby (c.1812) Silhouette of a young gentleman, identified as Amos Westoby. [Image]

Marie Hartley Silver chalice inscribed Askrigg Church, 1666. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 207. [Image]

Henry Lamb (1924) Sir Michael Ernest Sadler, KCSI, CB, LLD, DLitt (Vice-Chancellor 1911-23). [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Sketch of Alkborough from the river - September 2nd 1825. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Sketch of Althorp Church taken from the steam packet - September 2nd 1825. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1823) Sketch of Bolsover Castle from the window of Mrs Hill's house at Romily - May 1st 1823. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1822) Sketch of a church near Hastings - July 1822. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Sketch on the Trent near Gainsborough - September 1st 1825. [Image]

Skipton-in-Craven, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wharfedale" (1938). [Image]

Marie Hartley Sky-line at Wilton, Tees-side. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), across pages 250 and 251. [Image]

Unidentified Sledmere, Yorkshire. The Great Library. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 4, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley So much of Piety, Romance, Legend' (St.Hilda's, Whitby). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 154. [Image]

Alfred Cohen (1967/1968) Soft Evening. [Image]

Marie Hartley Some hard bargaining was going on. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 147. [Image]

Edwin La Dell (1953) Soup. [Image]

Marie Hartley South Bay, Scarborough. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), across pages 222 and 223. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Spa at Scarborough, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 77. [Image]

Marie W. Last (1966) Space Drift. [Image]

Philip Naviasky (c.1936) Spanish Gipsy Girl. [Image]

Marie Hartley Spout House, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Unidentified Spurn Head, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Spurn Head, showing the sea on the left, the River Humber on the right and the lighthouse in the distance (a second copy). Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964) plate 3, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Spurn Head, showing the sea on the left, the River Humber on the right and the lighthouse in the distance. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 3, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Spurn Head. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 291. [Image]

unknown Italian (Neapolitan) School (no date) St Agatha in Prison. [Image]

unknown Italian (Neapolitan) School (no date) St Agatha in Prison. [Image]

Marie Hartley St Andrew's Dock, Hull. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 283. [Image]

Marie Hartley Staithes, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 271. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1940s) Standing Female in red. [Image]

Nina Hamnett (1917) Standing Figure. [Image]

Nina Hamnett (1917) Standing Figure (profile). [Image]

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (c.1913) Standing Male Nude (Horace Brodsky). [Image]

Nina Hamnett (1920 (or earlier)) Standing Nude. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1940s) Standing Nude with Flowers. [Image]

Marie Hartley Statue, Roman soldier. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 3. [Image]

Marie Hartley Stile at Gayle, Wensleydale. [Image]

Quentin Bell (1960s) Still Life. [Image]

Vanessa Bell (1914) Still Life (Triple Alliance). [Image]

Vanessa Bell (1914) Still Life (Triple Alliance). [Image]

Gyorgy Gordon (no date) Still Life (previously described as "Figures by a Waterfall"). [Image]

Marie Hartley Stone House, Swaledale. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 245. [Image]

Marie Hartley Stone House, Upper Swaledale. [Image]

James D. Innes (1907) Storm at Seaford. [Image]

Walter R. Sickert (1907) The Straw Hat, also known as Little Sally Waters / The American Sailor Hat. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (c.1924-29) Street Scene, Paris. [Image]

John G. Walker (1968) Study 1968. [Image]

Spencer F. Gore Study for Britannia Ballet. [Image]

(1957) Study for Limbo. [Image]

Harold Gilman (c.1915) Study of Trees Overhanging a Hedge. [Image]

Gilbert S. Newton (no date) Study of a Woman. [Image]

Spencer F. Gore Study of a Woman in Profil Perdu. [Image]

Emily S. Ford Study of two heads looking up. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The Study was in the Georgian style". Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 71. [Image]

Robyn Denny (1966) Suite 66 (III). [Image]

Marie W. Last (1985) Summer Morning. [Image]

Unidentified Summer in Wensleydale. ?Bromide of the original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 85. The traced overlay is missing. [Image]

Marie Hartley Sun-dial, Kirkdale church. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 216. [Image]

Unidentified Sunday School Feast of Hinchcliffe Mill Wesleyan chapel in the Holme valley, or a united sing with Hinchcliffe Mill chapel, Holmbridge Church of England and Hall's School. Holmbridge, held about 1900. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations i. [Image]

John Bratby Sunflowers, editioned 17 of 75. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Sunshine and Shadow, Rash Grange, Upper Swaledale". [Image]

Marie Hartley Susan Peacock of Tan Hill Inn. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 132. [Image]

Unidentified Swaledale children, 1943 (Guy children). Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), facing page 229. [Image]

Marie Hartley Swaledale sheep. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 46. [Image]

Marie Hartley Sweet Cicely. Original drawing used for a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 272. [Image]

Marie Hartley Tan Hill Inn, 1732 feet above sea level, before the cottages were demolished. (1960). Reproduced in "A Dales Album" (1991), plate 215. [Image]

Unidentified Tapestry loom built in 1908 by George Hattersley and Sons, Keighley. The tapestry being woven is of 'Bolton Abbey in the Olden Time' by Landseer. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate. [Image]

Marie Hartley Teesdale flowers. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 181. [Image]

Marie Hartley Temperance Hall and Wesleyan Chapel (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 176. [Image]

Marie Hartley Temperance Hotel and on the right the doctor's house (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 183. [Image]

Marie Hartley Temple Newsam House. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 122. [Image]

Marie Hartley Test Match at Headingley. Prepared for "Wonders of Yorkshire" and not used?? [Image]

John A. Grimshaw (1880) Thames Moonlight. [Image]

Charles Keene 'That Nasty Orange Peel'. [Image]

Marie Hartley Thatching tools: shavers, easing knife, rake, swallow tails, thatching needles and straw rope twister; below, slotted gatepost. A drawing of a beeskep faintly discernible under pasted white paper, bottom left. Original drawings for use in "Life in the Moo. [Image]

Marie Hartley Theatre Royal, Richmond. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 194. [Image]

Marie Hartley "There were Days of Surpassing Beauty". Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 98. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Thomas Barrett of Roxby Grange. [Image]

Marie Hartley Thomas Joy about to extend a net with which to catch rabbits (1966). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Dales Memories" (1986), plate 97. [Image]

Marie Hartley Thornton Force, Ingleton. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 174. [Image]

(1975) Three Sticks. [Image]

Marie Hartley Three drawings used as tailpieces in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976): upper left, small Bendigo machine (used for making teeth for card clothing); upper right, teazles; below, the parts of a loom (used on pages 62, 67 and 23 respectively). [Image]

Marie Hartley Three drawings: above, alder twig; centre, door-head at old Camshouse; below, Thomas Smith's Coat-of-Arms at Old Camshouse. Used as tailpieces for "Yorkshire Village" (1953), pages 45, 80 and 89 respectively. [Image]

Marie Hartley Three drawings: top, rocks on the shore; centre, clouds over the hills; below, house and tree, with geese, in the snow. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publi. [Image]

Marie Hartley Three waggons, waggon jack, and grease horn. Studies prepared for "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). The waggon from Fangdale Beck, the child's waggon, the jack and grease horn were used in the final illustration for page 108; the bl. [Image]

Thwaite in its Hollow, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Swaledale" (1934). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Unidentified Timothy Feather (1825-1910), of Buckley Green, Stanbury, seen sitting in his 'house'. He was the last hand-loom weaver in that neighbourhood. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 12. [Image]

Unidentified Timothy Feather (1825-1910), of Buckley Green, Stanbury, seen sitting in his 'house'. He was the last hand-loom weaver in that neighbourhood. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 12. [Image]

Trevor Bell (1959) To Tuscany. [Image]

Toiling, after Israels. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top, children's roundabout aboard a waggon; centre, a clump of celandines; bottom, a pile of leaves, some caught by the wind. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top, five geese; centre, teapot, jug and two cups and saucers; newt. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on pag. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top, iron fire bellows;centre, Mulling pan; bottom, Packhorse bell. Original drawing used as tailpieces in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 58 and 153 respectively. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top, large country house in park setting; centre, fishing fly and dragonfly; below, dipper standing on a rock. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Com. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top, pied wagtail; centre, three boats; below, sleeping dog. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on pages 23, 6. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top, primroses; centre left, teapot; centre right, figures walking in the rain; lower right, sheep at a bridge. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Co. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top: two men working in the hayfield (a third figure scratched out); centre, rear view of two dogs Hardy and Chris?); below, butterflies. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by. [Image]

Marie Hartley Top:curlew in flight; centre, books; below, three birds (?oystercatchers) in flight. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicate. [Image]

Marie Hartley Topcliffe, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 215. [Image]

Marie Hartley Topping and Tailing Gooseberries'. Miss H. Reeves in the kitchen at Agglethorpe Hall, Coverdale. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968), plate 3. [Image]

Marie Hartley Towards the River's Source' (Buckden area,Wharfedale). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 119. [Image]

John S. Cotman (1818) Tower of West Walton Church, from A Series of Etchings Illustrative of the Architectural Antiquities of Norfolk, 1818 (plate XXIV, Series I). [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1917) Town in Provence. [Image]

Marie Hartley Tractor and waggon, with haystacks and ladder. Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 63. [Image]

Marie Hartley Transporter Bridge, Middlesbrough. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 245. [Image]

Marie Hartley Turf and peat spades: cock spade, hen spade, turf spade, knappers, thigh spade, sod spade, turf rake, peat spade (front and back). Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page 78 (page reference taken from the n. [Image]

(1955) Tuscan Summer. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Twilight on the Seine - August 11th 1825. [Image]

Nina Hamnett (1918) Two Studies of a Seated Nude (possibly self-portrait). [Image]

Terry Frost (1959-1960) Umber, Black and Red, Dec.'59 to Feb.'60. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Unidentifed scene. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Unidentified man in a tricorn hat. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Unidentified scene. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) Unidentified young man. [Image]

Jeffery Edwards Uninvited Guests. [Image]

Stephen Chaplin (2001) University Entrance (also known as "Parkinson Steps". [Image]

Marie Hartley The Upper Independent Church, Heckmondwike. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 88. [Image]

Marie Hartley Upper left, Edinburgh Castle; upper right, Staffordshire? Pottery figure, 'Riding Will' ; lower left, a bunch of primroses, lower right, berries on a bough. Original drawings prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ing. [Image]

unknown Dickinson Upper part of Dickinson's Sketch III of part of the Manor of Templenewsam belonging to the Marquis of Hertford (1731). [Image]

Marie Hartley Victoria Cave, Settle. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 171. [Image]

Marie Hartley View from Sutton Bank. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 7, above. [Image]

Marie Hartley View from Sutton Bank. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), across pages 208 and 209. [Image]

View of Halifax. [Image]

Francis Nicholson (late 1780s) View on the Esk, looking towards Whitby. [Image]

Marie Hartley Violets. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 186. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Visit to America" (cityscape with skyscraper). Original drawing prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 130. [Image]

Marie Hartley Wade's Causeway, Goathland, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 274. [Image]

Marie Hartley Waggon owned by Aconley, Frost Hall, Farndale; the front of the waggon made by Tinsley for Waind, Ankness; spring pole and fittings . Cp. drawing used on page 109 of "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972). Page reference taken from the ne. [Image]

Marie Hartley Waggons and parts. One from Fangdale Beck, Bilsdale, probably made by John Johnson; a child's waggon made by Daniel Speight (1836); brake shoe, naf, jack, grease horn and part of a shaft showing hooks for harness, and a waggon made by J.Harrison and sons,. [Image]

Marie Hartley Waggons and parts: one made by Tinsley, Farndale, another by Jackson, Duffinstone, Farndale, a waggon with panelled sides (1913), and undercarriage showing curved spring pole and shears. Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yor. [Image]

Marie Hartley Wainhouse Tower, Halifax. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 97. [Image]

Marie Hartley (Warper) Cumble Mills, Slaithwaite. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 10 below. [Image]

Marie Hartley Warping in a woollen mill in the Colne Valley (Cumble Mills, Slaithwaite) retouched. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 10, below. [Image]

Unidentified Wash Day in the West Riding, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Weathercote Cave. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 169. [Image]

Marie Hartley Weaver carrying bobbins (1938). Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 178. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Well in the Garth. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 113. [Image]

David Cox (1829) Welsh Landscape. [Image]

Augustus E. John (no date [c.1911-14]) Welsh Landscape. [Image]

Marie Hartley Wensleydale at the time of the Domesday Book. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 35. [Image]

Marie Hartley The West End (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 17. [Image]

Marie Hartley The West Front of York Minster. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 6. [Image]

Lionel M. De Sausmarez (1953) West Hartlepool. [Image]

Marie Hartley West Stonesdale. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 24. [Image]

Marie Hartley The West Tower of Nappa Hall (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 53. [Image]

Marie Hartley "Wet roofs"(moor and village). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 171. [Image]

Marie Hartley The Wetherby A.R.P. Ambulance. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 183. [Image]

Marie Hartley Wetherby Show, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 170. [Image]

Marie Hartley Wetherby, 1925. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 5. [Image]

Unidentified Whit Monday in the Valley Gardens, Harrogate, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley Whitby. [Image]

Marie Hartley Whitby East Cliff. Original illustration used for frontispiece of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), and on page 233. [Image]

Joseph M. Turner Whitby in 1797, by J.M.W.Turner. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 14 above. [Image]

Marie Hartley Whitby, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 261. [Image]

Marie Hartley White Horse, Kilburn. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 2. [Image]

Lionel M. De Sausmarez (1955) Whitelocks. [Image]

Marie Hartley Whitgift on the Ouse, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 40. [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) Whitton - September 2nd 1825. [Image]

Marie Hartley William Gill in old age (c.1948). [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) William Spencer Cavendish, the sixth Duke of Devonshire. [Image]

Marie Hartley A Window in the Dining-Room'. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 184. [Image]

Marie Hartley Windows of Weavers' Cottages. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 10, above. [Image]

Marie Hartley Winter at Askrigg, Wensleydale. [Image]

Marie Hartley Witch Posts. Original drawing for use in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), page 9 (page reference taken from the new edition, which was published by Smith Settle in 1990 as "Life and Tradition in the Moorlands of North-East Yorksh. [Image]

Marie Hartley Withens, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 128. [Image]

Unidentified A Wold Pond at Fridaythorpe, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley A Wold Road near Sledmere, original drawing used in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939), page 58. [Image]

Marie Hartley Wold Waggon, original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Harold Gilman (c.1911) A Woman Washing. [Image]

Josef Herman Woman with Donkey. [Image]

Unidentified Women at the well, Heptonstall. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 83. [Image]

William B. Hole The Wood Sawyers, after Millet. [Image]

C H Wood Ltd Bradford Wool sorters at work. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 72 and 73. [Image]

Marie Hartley Work on finishing organ pipes. Image associated with photographic illustrations used in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), cp. Plates 116 and 117. [Image]

Unidentified Work people at Bank Bottom Mill, Marsden, leaving the mill at Saturday dinner time. (1880s). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 56. [Image]

Marie Hartley Worton Hall, Anthony Besson's house. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 60. [Image]

J.M., and Sons Dent Wrapper for first edition of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

Wrapper for first edition of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), a second copy. [Image]

Henry B. Carter (1840s?) Wreck off Scarborough. [Image]

Marie Hartley Wrought iron gates, Harlow Carr. Original drawing prepared for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), but not used. [Image]

Unidentified Yarm Fair, image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Unidentified Yarm Fair, later copy of the image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Malcolm Fryer (1968) Yellow Painting Abstracted Landscape. [Image]

Yockenthwaite, recent impression from the block originally used as one of the chapter headings for "Wharfedale" (1938). One of a group of four, mounted together. [Image]

Marie Hartley York Minster (distant view), original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Tour" (1939). [Image]

Marie Hartley York Minster from Chapter House Street. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 13. [Image]

C H Wood Ltd Bradford York Minster from the air. Image originally used as one of the photographic illustrations for "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959) between pages 72 and 73. [Image]

Marie Hartley Yorkshire Abbeys and Priories. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 100. [Image]

Marie Hartley Yorkshire Castles. Original drawing for use in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), page 90. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1918) Young Boy. [Image]

Bernard Meninsky (1918) Young Boy. [Image]

Marie Hartley The ash is the native and characteristic tree' (view of church and house roofs, with trees in foreground). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 267. [Image]

Marie Hartley A ball of tops. Original drawing prepared for title page of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), but not used. [Image]

Marie Hartley A ball of tops. Original drawing used as final version of illustration for title page of "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959). [Image]

Marie Hartley The bookshops in Charing Cross Road'. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 18. [Image]

Marie Hartley The church before the restoration of 1853, drawn from a watercolour, showing the tree growing from the vestry, and the toll booth. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 215. [Image]

Marie Hartley The church from the west. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 211. [Image]

Marie Hartley The church looms dark beyond leafless trees' (Askrigg Church and Market Cross). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 281. [Image]

Marie Hartley The church tower, raised like an admonishing finger' (Askrigg). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 90. [Image]

Marie Hartley The clerk to the Parish Council. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 193. [Image]

Marie Hartley The cottage in the snow. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 95. [Image]

Marie Hartley The cottage set against the moor (in oval format), original drawing used for titlepage of "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942). [Image]

Marie Hartley The crypt, Lastingham Church. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 218. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) An elderly lady, reputedly Madame le Boucher of Bath. [Image]

Unidentified A flock of sheep approaching Manor farm, Halton Gill, Littondale (1980). Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Dales Memories" (1986), plate 57. [Image]

Marie Hartley The footpath. Two drawings, (the lower one crossed through) prepared for "Poems, Strange Places, Rhymes for Children and Others" by Joan Ingilby, published by the Dalesman Publishing Company Ltd. (1994). Indicated for use on page 120. [Image]

Marie Hartley The gamekeeper. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 123. [Image]

Unidentified The interior of a typical working-class home of the early 1900s. Mrs Pickles in her home in Hanover Street, Boothroyd Lane, Dewsbury. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 85. [Image]

Marie Hartley The ironmonger's shop. Original drawing used as a tailpiece in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 30. [Image]

Marie Hartley A league match, Beckhole versus Ugthorpe, in the Danby and District Quoit League. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire" (1972), plate 265. (Page reference taken from the new edition, which. [Image]

Marie Hartley The mason. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 14. [Image]

Marie Hartley The mill yard at John Foster and Son, Black Dyke Mills, Queensbury. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Life and Tradition in West Yorkshire" (1976), plate 22. [Image]

Marie Hartley The monolith, Rudston. Original drawing used in "The Wonders of Yorkshire" (1959), page 258. [Image]

Thomas Rowlandson (no date) An offshore scene in a stiff breeze. [Image]

Marie Hartley The old and the new'. Scythemen and an early mowing machine at Muker (1900?) Inscribed in pencil on reverse, "George Alderson (Kisdon Farm) Christopher Raw, John Alderson (Kisdon G's father. Irishman, Muker, Swaledale" ?Reproduced in Yorkshire Album, pa. [Image]

Marie Hartley An old inhabitant' and (no caption) three men in discussion. Original drawings used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), pages 12 and 127. [Image]

Unidentified An overlooker explains to an apprentice the working of a noble comb used for wool-combing in the processes of worsted manufacture. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "Getting to Know Yorkshire" (1964), plate 12, below. [Image]

Marie Hartley The paved courtyard. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 120. [Image]

Marie Hartley The post-mistress. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 179. [Image]

Marie Hartley The potters made an attractive picture by the roadside. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 139. [Image]

Marie Hartley "The scars of Ellerkin". Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 4. [Image]

Adriaen Van de velde (1670) The sheep suckling her lamb/ La Brebis. [Image]

Marie Hartley The site of Lord Pomfret's smelt mill in East Grain, Swinnergill. Image used for one of the photographic illustrations in "A Dales Heritage" (1982), plate 18? [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) sketch with road signs on a high hill - August 20th 1825. [Image]

Marie Hartley " A spring morning" (Askrigg Church, from the main street). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 1. [Image]

Marie Hartley tailpiece, gravestones. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 223. [Image]

Marie Hartley tailpiece, mill-stone. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Village" (1953), page 258. [Image]

Marie Hartley The tarn. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Cottage" (1942), page 104. [Image]

Marie Hartley The town seal (Askrigg), made by Mark Metcalfe. Original drawing used on the titlepage of "Yorkshire Village" (1953). [Image]

Edward Westoby (1825) unidentified scene on river [Trent] with trees and cows - September 1st 1825. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) unidentified scene with waterfall. [Image]

Henri Hayden untitled (landscape, artist's proof). [Image]

Sir Michael E. Sadler KCSI (1922) The view from 41 Headingley Lane. [Image]

Marie Hartley The winter of 1963 at Askrigg. Reproduced in "A Dales Album" (1991), plate 257. [Image]

Marie Hartley The wrought-iron gate at Coleshouse. Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 252. (cp."Yorkshire Cottage", page 73). [Image]

Marie Hartley A yeoman walks with swinging stride' (man driving sheep). Original drawing used in "Yorkshire Heritage" (1950), page 34. [Image]

Edward Westoby (attrib.) (no date) A young Gentleman in a black coat. [Image]

Edward Westoby (attrib.) (no date) A young Gentleman in a dark brown coat. [Image]

Edward Westoby (attrib.) (no date) A young Gentleman in a plum coloured coat. [Image]

Edward Westoby (no date) A young Quakeress, possibly Elizabeth Fry's daughter. [Image]

Edward Westoby (attrib.) or George Engelheart (no date) A young gentleman in a dark blue coat. [Image]

Edward Westoby (attrib.) (no date) A young lady in a black dress. [Image]

Edward Westoby A young lady in a white spotted dress with frilled neck and long sleeves. [Image]

John A. Grimshaw (1880s) Briggate. [Image]

Roger E. Fry (1911) Chauvigny. [Image]

Alexander Cozens (no date) A Landscape with Wooded Hill (also known as Landscape with Spire). [Image]

Henry Fuseli (no date) Mistress Page in 'The Merry Wives of Windsor'. [Image]

Marie Hartley Mrs W.Mason, Lodge Hall, Ribblesdale, butter-making. Cp.photographic illustration (plate 32) used in "Life and Tradition in the Yorkshire Dales" (1968). [Image]

William Mellor River Landscape with Trees and Mountains Beyond. [Image]

Joe Tilson (1965) Sky 1. [Image]

Joe Tilson (1967) Sky II. [Image]

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