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Peel Castle Looking from the South

Date made: 15 September 1860

Description: "They say, that an apparition called, in their language, the Mauthe Doog, in the shape of a large black Spaniel with curled shaggy hair, was used to haunt Peel Castle; and has been frequently seen in every room, but particularly in the Guard Chamber, where, as soon as candles were lighted, it came and lay down before the fire in the presence of all the soldiers." (George Waldron, The History and Description of the Isle of Man, 1726, M 00733)


Measurements: artwork: 54 cm x 37 cm

Materials: Paper on light card : ink

Object name: drawing

Collection: Art Collection

ID number: 1957-0033b


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