LOUTH TOWN COUNCIL
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Open to the Public:
MonóFri
10.00am to 1.00pm

 

 

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For more information on Louth's Art Trail and Louth Museum etc., please click on the link entitled Tourism.

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BROWN'S PANORAMA

Is a birdís eye view of Louth and the surrounding area, framed in the time warp of a busy sunny day. Painted in 1844 from the top of St. Jamesí Church Spire this contemporary nationally important town panorama is on display in The Old Court Room at the home of the Town Council, The Sessions House, located on Eastgate. No other Council has a comparable asset. The panorama was painted by William Brown and is a remarkable 360 degrees panorama on two oil on linen canvasses each 9 feet by 6 feet. After William Brown died in 1859 the two paintings disappeared. They were rediscovered in 1948 by Mayor Alex Slack who purchased them for the town with the aid of the National Art-Collections Fund.

The Old Court Room is open specifically for viewing of the Panorama and other art works on Wednesdays and Fridays between 10am and 12 noon or at other times by request.

Last modified: 17/11/17