A view of the ceiling in either the dining or drawing room of Clarke Hall, with three dimensional plasterwork
- Clarke Hall, Wakefield
- Photograph (Negative)
The house dates to the late 17th century and has a 17th century style garden to the south. The ceiling has large three dinemsional sculptures of leafy plants, possibly a type of corn or grain. The plants are in clusters around and within a circle formed by a moulded plaster cable. The house was used as a living museum until 2012.
© Historic England Archive
Photographer: Wood, George Bernard
Ceiling, Stuart House, 20th Century Museum
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