Not currently on display at the V&A

Photograph

1907-1908 (photographed)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Photograph of the interior of Hill Top showing the hall and the area around the fireplace.
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Materials and Techniques
Gelatin silver print on photographic paper
Brief Description
Hill Top kitchen before alterations, photograph by Beatrix Potter, ca. 1907-8? Linder Bequest cat. no. LB 2025.
Physical Description
Photograph of the interior of Hill Top showing the hall and the area around the fireplace.
Dimensions
  • Height: 15.2cm
  • Width: 21.3cm
Credit line
Linder Bequest [plus object number; written on labels on the same line as the object number]
Object history
Acquired by the V&A from Leslie Linder (1904-1973) in 1973 as part of the Linder Bequest, a collection of ca. 2150 watercolours, drawings, literary manuscripts, correspondence, books, photographs, and other memorabilia associated with Beatrix Potter and her family.
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Bibliographic Reference
Hobbs, Anne Stevenson, and Joyce Irene Whalley, eds. Beatrix Potter: the V & A collection : the Leslie Linder bequest of Beatrix Potter material : watercolours, drawings, manuscripts, books, photographs and memorabilia. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1985.p.211Hobbs, Anne Stevenson, and Joyce Irene Whalley, eds. Beatrix Potter: the V & A collection: the Leslie Linder bequest of Beatrix Potter material: watercolours, drawings, manuscripts, books, photographs and memorabilia. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1985. p.211
Other Number
LB.2025 - Linder Bequest catalogue no.
Collection
Library Number
BP.1296

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record createdFebruary 12, 2019
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