|Black and white reproduction of oil painting by Kenneth Steel of Sheffield Castle as imagined from historical records|
|Kenneth Steel, R.B.A. S.G.O. Art (Artist)|
|Brightside & Carbrook Co-op|
Oil Painting of Sheffield Castle by Kenneth Steel R.B.A. S.G.A. Art., commissioned by the Board of Directors for the new Boardroom at Castle House, September 1964. This is a compromise version between historical records, which variously report the Castle as triangular and the site shown by Fairbank's plan of Sheffield in 1771.For more information about Sheffield Castle see, The Story of Sheffield Castle , David Saville Local Studies Reference 728.81 S and A History of Sheffield Castle and Markets Sheffield City Council, Local Studies Reference 728.81 SQFor an account of the seige and destruction of the Castle during the Civil War see A Journall, or a true and exact relation of each dayes passage of that party of the Rt. Hon. The Earle of Manchesters Army , Local Studies Reference 942.74 S
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