Westmorland Farm

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This painting depicts a high summer, partial view of a Westmorland farmhouse with metal railings, framed with a tree on the right. A girl carrying two buckets walks towards the side of the farmhouse while hens peck in the grass. A man wearing a cap can be seen walking to the right of the composition in front of a drystone wall beyond which stands a small wooden shed. A distant hillside can be glimpsed beyond the roof of the farmhouse. This is a rare Cumbrian subject for the artist.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery



Westmorland Farm




oil on canvas


H 31 x W 25.7 cm

Accession number

LI 000085

Acquisition method

on loan from a private collection, since 2000

Work type


Inscription description

by Carel Weight / Staying with Lady Lowther 1949


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Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

Castle Street, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8TP England

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