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Grimm's Northumberland sketchbooks

Samuel Hieronymus Grimm made his living accompanying well-to-do patrons on their travels around England in the late 18th century, capturing their journeys in detailed pen-and-ink drawings. When Richard Kaye, his chief patron, became a Prebend at Durham Cathedral, Grimm set out to record the buildings and landscapes of Northumberland.

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