View from Warrens Point, near Newry

Artist(s) : Theodore Henry Adolphus Fielding (Engraver)

View of calm bay with sailing boats. Hills on either side. In the foreground, trees and fields.

Inscribed in Image

  • Signature – T. Fielding sc.
  • Caption outside of boundaries of image – View from Warrens Point, near Newry.

Image Details

Genre Landscape
Technique Aquatints
Subject(s) Nature
Geographical Location
  • Warrenpoint - Named locality
  • Down - County
  • Ulster - Province
Keywords(s) Bays (Bodies of water), Boats, Hills, Trees
Colour Monochrome
Published / created 1818

Bibliographical Details

Travel Account The Scientific Tourist through Ireland
Contributor(s)
Print or manuscript Print
Location of image in copy 'Down'
Source copy James Hardiman Library, National University of Ireland, Galway Special Collections, 914.1504 WAL
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Rights James Hardiman Library, National Unversity of Ireland, Galway

Related text from travel account

NEWRY, a thriving commercial town at the head of Carlingford Bay, on the verge of the county, and about 25 m. s.w. of Downpatrick.—A pleasant cheerful vicinity; and a good central station. See canal, drawbridges &c. ½ m. distant are the Creeve rocks, with ruins of old Chapel. The mineralogist may here examine specimens of metallic spar, ponderous and ferruginous. At Crownbridge, 1 m. e., a Danish rath; and near it some Druidical remains. At Narrow-water, the port of Newry, see ancient Castle and Salt-works. N. of it 5 m. is Tuscan Pass, with several small lakes in which are plenty of pike. The tourist may also visit Warren's Point where large ships are obliged to Ile, and where the whole line of coast presents a continuation of [next page] of gentlemen's houses and whitened cottages, enlivened in the bathing season by numerous parties. [‘Down’, unpaginated]
View from Warrens Point, near Newry