A View of Derry and the River Foyle Looking Northward from Where the Bolies Stream Flows into the River on the East Bank just South of the City, Opposite a Ropewalk and Ferguson's Lane

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    A View of Derry and the River Foyle Looking Northward from Where the Bolies Stream Flows into the River on the East Bank just South of the City, Opposite a Ropewalk and Ferguson's Lane by John Noah Gosset (c.1790–1870) is available to purchase framed or unframed in a variety of sizes. Our high quality frames are custom built in Derbyshire, UK by expert framers Heritage Digital. Images are printed to order on acid-free art papers using the latest digital technology. Purchases support collections and the Art UK charity.
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    A View of Derry and the River Foyle Looking Northward from Where the Bolies Stream Flows into the River on the East Bank just South of the City, Opposite a Ropewalk and Ferguson's Lane
    John Noah Gosset (c.1790–1870)
    Derry City and Strabane District Council
    Image credit: Derry City and Strabane District Council
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    A View of Derry and the River Foyle Looking Northward from Where the Bolies Stream Flows into the River on the East Bank just South of the City, Opposite a Ropewalk and Ferguson's Lane, c.1841–1846, watercolour on paper by John Noah Gosset (c.1790–1870)., Image credit:Derry City and Strabane District Council

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