3 edition of The ruins of Netley Abbey found in the catalog.
The ruins of Netley Abbey
|Statement||by George Keate, esq.|
|Series||Poetical pamphlets ;, v. 4, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||PR1171 .Z5 vol. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||26003040|
English: Netley Abbey was founded in as a house near Southampton in Hampshire, England, for monks of the austere Cistercian order. Closed in and converted to a mansion, it was abandoned and partially demolished in the 18th century. The ruins attracted the attention of artists, dramatists and poets, and inspired many works of art. Monastic life at Netley Abbey came to an abrupt end in , when Henry VIII suppressed the lesser monasteries. This heralded a new phase for the abbey, it was granted to Sir William Paulet as a reward for his loyal service to the king. Paulet was the 1st Marquess of Winchester, a powerful political figure in Hampshire TripAdvisor reviews.
To entertain the two eldest boys while they stay with her in Southampton, Jane takes them rowing up the Solent to the ruins of Netley Abbey, a Cistercian monastery long abandoned and now a picturesque ruin worthy of a Radcliffe Gothic novel, resplendent with tale4/5(). This Row is located in Victoria Road as you head down towards the Netley Abbey Ruins on the right side, opposite where the Cricket Field is now. The first house is larger than the others as it was built originally as a shop. [Text + Photo from Ken Ford's book - "Netley Abbey Village"] The old Fire Brigade ca - left to right: Vibert.
Thomas Gray (). Netley Abbey. Vol. IV. Eighteenth Century. but distinctly seen. In the bosom of the woods (concealed from profane eyes) lie hid the ruins of Netley Abbey. There may be richer and greater houses of religion, but the abbot is content with his situation. See there, at the top of that hanging meadow under the shade of. The Ruins of Netley Abbey by George Keate Nancy Bilyeau is posting a series on the monastic ruins of England at a site called A Bloody Good Read and uses the evocative line, "In Lone Magnificence, a Ruin Stands" for the posts.
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Access: There are steps and uneven surfaces throughout the ruins, but wheelchair access is possible for most of the site. Facilities: Toilets are available at Abbey Hall Recreation Ground, a five-minute walk from the abbey.
There are shops and places to eat in Netley village. Dogs: Dogs on leads are welcome. OCLC Number: Notes: Poetical pamphlets, v. 4, no. Earlier edition appeared under title: Netley Abbey. An elegy Description: 11 p. ; 25 cm. The ruins of the Cistercian Abbey date from the thirteenth century and later.
Selby Whittingham has noted that Turner’s watercolour of Chale Farm, based on a drawing in this book (see folio 29 recto; D; Turner Bequest XXIV 28) belonged to Sir Harry Crichton of Netley Abbey, 1 and it is possible that the studies of the Abbey ruins on this and folio 23 recto were made with a.
London, Printed for R. and J. Dodsley, 4to ( × mm), pp. 11, ; some light foxing, and marginal browning to first and last leaves; recent marbled boards.||First edition of Keate’s famous ‘ruin’ poem. ‘The Remains of Netley Abbey are situated on the Side of the Southampton River, about three Miles from that Town The grand and extensive Ruins which are still standing Author: KEATE, George.
Netley Abbey is a ruined late medieval monastery in the village of Netley near Southampton in Hampshire, England. The abbey was founded in as a house for monks of the austere Cistercian order. Despite royal patronage, Netley was never rich, produced no influential scholars nor churchmen, and its nearly year history was quiet.
Historical development. As late asNetley consisted of little other than the ruins of the Abbey, and two villas known as Netley Castle and Netley Lodge.
Development of the village expanded after the founding of the old Royal Victoria Military Hospital (or Netley Hospital) inin connection with the Crimean hospital was used extensively from through World War II until.
Etching of the Ruins of Netley Abbey, in black and white. Signed with the monogram IC. The ruins are gothic, and are surrounded by trees. Place of Origin. Great Britain (made) Date. (made) Artist/maker. Constable, John RA, born - died (artist) Materials and Techniques. Etching, paper.
Dimensions. Height: 5 1/8 in, Width: 7 3/8 in. The ruins of Netley Abbey. Author: s CC BY-SA The bishop’s idea – Peter des Roches – was to build this monastery as well as the monastery of La Clarté-Dieu as monuments to himself, forever immortalizing his name.
COULD this chilling picture finally be proof of ghostly goings-on among the ruins of Netley Abbey. The spooky image appears to show a shadowy figure lurking beneath an archway at the thirteenth.
Netley Abbey: Large Ruins - See traveller reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Netley, UK, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews. Among the haunted ruins of an ancient abbey, Jane is drawn into a shadow world of dangerous secrets and traitorous hearts where not only her life is at stake—but the fate of England.
As Jane Austen stands before the abandoned ruins of Netley Abbey, she imagines that ghosts really do haunt the centuries-old s: Among the haunted ruins of an ancient abbey, Jane is drawn into a shadow world of dangerous secrets and traitorous hearts where not only her life is at stake—but the fate of England.
As Jane Austen stands before the abandoned ruins of Netley Abbey, she imagines. Among the haunted ruins of an ancient abbey, Jane is drawn into a shadow world of dangerous secrets and traitorous hearts where not only her life is at stake--but the fate of England.
As Jane Austen stands before the abandoned ruins of Netley Abbey, she imagines. THE ruins of Netley Abbey have been closed to the public amid safety concerns.
English Heritage has decided to close the ruined Cistercian monastery after scaffolding set up for conservation work. “That the abbey conceals a mystery of a horrible nature I have no doubt.” —Richard Warner, Netley Abbey: A Gothic Story Emily Auerbach has persuasively observed that Northanger Abbey was the most autobiographical of Austen’s novels (70).
1 As the novel has as its central character a seventeen-year-old heroine, addicted to gothic novels, who leaves her quiet village to seek adventures. framed print of The ruins of Netley Abbey. Phone orders +44 (0) Turner devoted this page to small sketches of the overgrown ruins of Netley Abbey, located about five miles south-east of Southampton.
Particular attention has been paid to the way in which crumbling walls are positioned in relation to surrounding woodland. Google Arts & Culture features content from over leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online.
Among the haunted ruins of an ancient abbey, Jane is drawn into a shadow world of dangerous secrets and traitorous hearts where not only her life is at stake—but the fate of England.
As Jane Austen stands before the abandoned ruins of Netley Abbey, she imagines /5(62). The Ruins of Netley Abbey () By Carl Gustav Carus. Full title – “The Ruins of Netley Abbey in the Moonlight”.
Image source, no known copyright restrictions. Very beautiful and daunting. In fact, poets and artist love to use this location for inspiration – calling it a “Romantic Ruin”. Here is an except from the poem called. Inscription. in later hand, across bottom in graphite: Ruins of an Abbey by John Constable.
Earlier than BM impression. It is before monogram at upper left / before birds in sky + before considerable crosshatching / etc on trees + new [curly] shading in left foreground.AN ORIGINAL ANTIQUE PRINT Date if known or approximate date as per listing title Please message with any questions regarding this item This is a genuine antique and not a modern copy Please message with any questions regarding this item ****CONDITION**** PLEASE VIEW IMAGES TO SEE ANY HANDLING/AGE MARKS /REPAIRS/DAMAGE/EXTENT OF MARGINS & TRIMMING etc ***** Seller Rating: % positive.This is the best book so far in this wonderful series.
It has everything from romance to murder to espionage to a great setting and, of course, wonderful characters. The book is set in and around the ruins of Netley Abbey which has its own ghosts over the years/5(3).