The remains of the priory can still be seen, and the setting is immortalised in both art and poetry. These include a painting by Edwin Landseer and watercolours by J. M. W. Turner one of which, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire (1809), is held at the British Museum.  William Wordsworth's poem The White Doe of Rylstone was inspired by a visit to Bolton Abbey in 1807.  In Anthony Trollope 's Lady Anna (1874), an excursion is made to Wharfedale, and a dramatic incident takes place on the banks of the river that encircles the Abbey. In episode 6 of the BBC series The Trip , Bolton Abbey is visited.  A blurred photo of the Abbey is used for the cover of Faith by The Cure , an album from 1981, with the picture taken by Andy Vella. The 1985 music video for the Love and Rockets song "If There's A Heaven Above" was filmed at Bolton Abbey.