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.
Based on an engraving made in the mid 1800s by Reverend Francis Morris, which we have carefully restored and enhanced.
- Artist / Collection: Morris, Rev. F.O
- Stock Number: fva15716