Paintings of the Fairies Kettle Cliffs up in Cumbria in northeastern England. 19th century. James Shotton, artist. Living from 1824 to 1896, he also designed what is thought to have been the first Victorian Turkish bath in England in 1857. A close friend of William Holman Hunt. One of a different cliff but it fits right in.

Shotton, James, 1824-1896; Cliffs of the Fairies' Kettle, Cumbria
“Cliffs of the Fairies’ Kettle, Cumbria.” 19th c. Oil on canvas. Collections and image © Quadrant, North Tyneside Council. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/cliffs-of-the-fairies-kettle-cumbria-57550
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“A Bit of Frenchman’s Bay, Tyne and Wear.” 19th c. Oil on canvas. Collections and image © Quadrant, North Tyneside Council. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/a-bit-of-frenchmans-bay-tyne-and-wear-57569/search/actor:shotton-james-18241896/page/1/view_as/grid
Shotton, James, 1824-1896; Fairies' Kettle Rocks, Cumbria
“Fairies’ Kettle Rocks, Cumbria.” 19th c. Oil on canvas. Oil on canvas. Collections and image © Quadrant, North Tyneside Council. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/fairies-kettle-rocks-cumbria-57563/search/actor:shotton-james-18241896/page/1/view_as/grid

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