Cherryburn (Stocksfield, Northumberland) Reviews
Description:Thomas Bewick's birthplace in Stocksfield, Northumberland.
Newest Review: ... Property...** The cottage is accessed via a small path and into a very traditional English garden with a lawn at the front where visitors were playing ball games and generally enjoying the tranquillity. Inside the house there are lots of exhibits inside glass cases these are all labelled with facts about the engravings and there is also a table and chair where visitors can sit and have a go ... more
Customer Cherryburn (Stocksfield, Northumberland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 15/07/12 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Cherryburn We have been members of The National Trust for some time and although this place is only a few miles from where we live, we had never visited before,probably because it is one of the smaller less well known sites. **Why is it important?** Thomas Bewick was a wood engraver and naturalist who revolutionised print art in Georgian England. His prints can also be seen in museums and copies can be bought. **Location...** Cherryburn is situated 11 miles west of Newcastle and east of Hexham. As vistors get close to the place there are signs but its not the easiest place to find as it is hidden in a semi rural ... Read the complete review
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