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Maurice Atkinson
Keighley
Thursday, September 5, 2019 22:21
Dan Binns water colours
Oh dear! Priest's Bank--walks to Farnhill Moor with my late Mum, Dad and sister!!! Please don't do this to me !!
Isobel Stirk
Silsden
Saturday, September 21, 2019 08:50
I have a picture very similar to the one Mr Pickles has of Kildwick- painted by Edward Harrington, a resident of Sutton. He lived in Holme Lane, just below The Black Bull, and worked as a manager at Bairstow's mill.
His second wife, Frances, was the daughter of Mr Clough who had been headmaster at Sutton Church of England School.
Paul Wilkinson
webmaster
Sunday, February 23, 2020 16:28
Denis Pickles has sent a third scan of a Dan Binns watercolour painting with the following comment:

"A little while ago you put into the Gallery a couple of Dan Binns' watercolours which I have treasured for some time. The only other watercolour painted by him which I have in my possession is this one. It is a beauty but it is was not painted in the immediate vicinity of Sutton. There is nothing written on it to tell me the exact location and I'm wondering whether anyone can pinpoint the exact location. I believe it was painted on the river Wharfe between Barden and Burnsall. Am I wrong?"

The image has been added to the gallery page.



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