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Mad Woman’s Room fine art photography

Mad Woman’s Room

Christopher Simon Sykes

Ref'The Mad Woman's Room' in Norton Conyers, Yorkshire, where family legend has it that a mentally unhinged lady was confined during the 18th century, circa 1995. Author Charlotte Bronte visited the house in 1839, and her stay may well have inspired her to create the character of Bertha Rochester in 'Jane Eyre'. (Photo by Christopher Simon Sykes/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

‘The Mad Woman’s Room’ in Norton Conyers, Yorkshire, where family legend has it that a mentally unhinged lady was confined during the 18th century, circa 1995. Author Charlotte Bronte visited the house in 1839, and her stay may well have inspired her to create the character of Bertha Rochester in ‘Jane Eyre’. (Photo by Christopher Simon Sykes/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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30x40" / 76cm x 76cm