Hackfall, Landscape Inspiration for Artists

Fisher's Hall

Fisher’s Hall is another of the Hackfall follies to be found deep in the woods.  The building has fantastic windows in every wall that reveal new views.

Both the Hackfall Triptych by Janis Goodman and The Meeting Place by Hester Cox (above) are contemporary works capturing the magic of this place.

The historic photo of Fisher’s Hall shows it with a roof made from heather.

 

Fisher's Hall was also captured in a watercolour painting by Reverend John Swete who toured the country, stopping at places of interest, and immortalised them in print afterwards (above right).




 
Document icon Learning article provided by: Hackfall | 
This content is licensed under Creative Commons BY NC SA

Accessibility Statement | Terms of Use | Site Map

Copyright © My Learning 2017. All Rights Reserved

Website by: Grapple