A pastoral, sloping hill in the foreground is spotted with cows. The hill gives way to a flowing river crossed by a bridge supported through a series of rounded arches. The town of Carlisle sits on the other end of the bridge, backed by a hilly landscape and clouded sky.
ENGRAVING BY EDWARD FRANCIS FINDEN (1791-1857). Carlisle from the road to Richerby, Cumbria. FROM "Great Britain illustrated" ( LONDON: CHARLES TILT, 1829)
Hand-colored steel engraving
4.5 x 6.5, 8.75 x 10.5 (in frame)
british print, engraving, landscape, carlisle, 2015.27