Stonehenge and the Ashmolean

 

Watercolour paintings and miniature models of Stonehenge, by Henry Browne
Accession Number Source Description
N.C.330 Unknown Model of Stonehenge made by H.Browne. Model is based on plan of Stonehenge as drawn by Stukeley. See 'New Catalogue'.
N.C.331 Unknown Model of Stonehenge made by H.Browne, as the monument appeared in 1824. Specimens of stone from the circle and the altar are now missing.
Watercolour 1 Passmore Collection By H. Browne (unsigned). Labelled "Stonehenge from the S.E", showing stones in ruined state with 2 visitors. On reverse of mount board: Passmore written in blue ink(1) and No.2.(2)
Watercolour 2 Passmore Collection By H. Browne (signed). Labelled "Stonehenge from the W.S.W.", showing ruins with soldier. On reverse of mount board: Passmore written in blue ink and No.6.
Watercolour 3 Passmore Collection By H. Browne (signed). Labelled "Stonehenge from the N.E.", showing ruins and heel stone with cart, horse, person. On reverse of mount board: Passmore written in blue ink and No.1.
Watercolour 4 Passmore By H. Browne (signed). Labelled "Stonehenge from the N.W.", showing ruins with man and dog. On reverse of mount 'H.Brown of Amesbury ' written in pencil(3), Passmore written in blue ink and No.7.
Watercolour 5 Passmore Collection By H. Browne (unsigned). Labelled "The Interior of Stonehenge in its present state", showing interior of stones, man and dog. Passmore written in blue ink and No.3.
Watercolour 6 Passmore Collection By H. Browne (signed). Labelled "The Grand Antediluvian Temple of Stonehemge: in its original state from the North". On reverse of mount board: Passmore written in blue ink and No.4.
(1) Likely written by Humphrey Case, former Keeper of the Department of Antiquities (in the top left hand corner).
(2) Written possibly by Mr Passmore (in the top right hand corner).
(3) This appears to have been written by Mr Passmore in his later years.
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