S. H. Grimm

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Samuel Hieronymus Grimm (January 18, 1733 – April 14, 1794) was an 18th-century Swiss landscape artist who worked in oils (until 1764), watercolours, and pen and ink media[1]. He completed a number of pen and ink sketches of features in and around Hastings during 1784, including The Grove.

Known Works featuring the local area[edit]

This partial list of works with folio numbers is from Catalogue of the Manuscript Maps, Charts, and Plans, and of the Topographical Drawings in the British Museum Dept of Manuscripts Volume 2[2]

A tinted view of Hastings "Taken from the top of Mr. Wenham's House" 1784 Add. Burrell 5670, fol. 27
A coloured view of the ruins of the west end of "Dudeney's(sic) Chapel" at Hastings 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 31
A coloured view of the interior of the ruins of "Dudeney's(sic) Chapel" at Hastings 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 31
A coloured view of Hastings Castle and Rocks "taken from the road on the west side of the Priory ruins;" 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 28
A coloured view of Hastings Castle and rocks "taken near the bathing house" 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 28
A tinted view of the inside of the square tower and sally port of Hastings Castle 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 29
A tinted view of the interior of the north side of Hastings Castle 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 29
A tinted view of Mr. Capell's House in All Saints Street "and the rocks adjoining east" 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 20
A view, in Indian ink, of the east front of Grove House, belonging to Sir Charles Eversfield, Bart. 1784 Add. Burrell 5670 fol. 30

Works stored on this wiki[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Samuel Hieronymus Grimm - Wikipedia, accessdate: 11 March 2020
  2. Google Books pp241-242