Fine art print of stately home, inspired by a wood engraving made in about 1880 by Rev. F.O. Morris.
Features Howsham Hall, a Jacobean stately home in North Yorkshire.
The parkland was laid out by Capability Brown in the 1770s and in the grounds are three giant Sequoia trees arranged in a triangle. Sequoias were unknown to European horticulture till the middle of the 19th century, post the California goldrush.