High Tide: Mortlake by A. H. Henley. Source: the 1884-85 Magazine of Art. “Between Mortlake and Kew the river is at its prettiest hereabouts. The Surrey shore is fringed with alders and water-side growths down to the river's edge ; bushy luxuriant hedge-rows separate the towing-path from fields and market-gardens” (458). Click on image to enlarge it.
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Penderell-Brodhurst, J. “Strand and Mall.” Magazine of Art. 7 (1883-84): 392-459. Internet Archive version of a copy in the University of Toronto Library. Web. 2 January 2015.
Created 1 January 2015