Bolton abbey

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. [8] William Wordsworth's poem The White Doe of Rylstone was inspired by a visit to Bolton Abbey in 1807. [9] 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. [10] 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.

Bolton abbey

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