Apple tree at Woolsthorpe Manor George Rowe
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Apple tree at Woolsthorpe Manor
The supposed Newtonian apple tree re-growing from a fallen trunk, detail from landscape view of Sir Isaac Newton's birthplace in Lincolnshire. Signed lower left in pencil "G.Rowe Del." Inscribed verso in ink [by Charles Turnor]: "N.W. view of the Manor House at Woolsthorpe drawn by G.Rowe, Cheltenham from the original Picture in my possession by Thos. Howison".
Original: pencil on paper. ca.1840
- Image reference: RS-9417
- The Royal Society
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