The Bowes Museum

The Bowes Museum

The Bowes Museum is situated in the market town of Barnard Castle in rural Teesdale, Co. Durham. It was purpose built as a public art gallery for John Bowes and Josephine Chevalier, the Countess of Montalbo who both died before it opened in 1892. Designed in the French Chateau Style, the building began in 1869 and was said to have cost £100,000.

Amanda Ainsley

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Amanda Ainsley |  The Bowes Museum
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