Colonel Joshua Gosselin (Guernsey 1739-1813 Bengeo Hall) and Joshua Gosselin, the Younger (1763-1789)
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Colonel Joshua Gosselin (Guernsey 1739-1813 Bengeo Hall) and Joshua Gosselin, the Younger (1763-1789)

Three East-Anglian views: The Chapel of Maudlin Hospital, Colchester; Landguard Fort, Felixstowe; and The Archbishop's Hall, Canterbury (illustrated)

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Colonel Joshua Gosselin (Guernsey 1739-1813 Bengeo Hall) and Joshua Gosselin, the Younger (1763-1789)
Three East-Anglian views: The Chapel of Maudlin Hospital, Colchester; Landguard Fort, Felixstowe; and The Archbishop's Hall, Canterbury (illustrated)
the first inscribed and dated 'The Chapel of Maudlin Hospital Colchester Essex September 17/st./sh. 1777' (on the reverse); the second signed with initials and dated 'JG 1781.' (lower right, in the margin) and inscribed 'Landguard Fort' (lower centre, in the margin); the third inscribed 'The Archbishop's Hall/now/Mrs Plomens Canterbury' (on the reverse)
pencil, pen and grey ink and watercolour, on paper, unframed
9¾ x 15 in. (24.8 x 38.1 cm.); and smaller (3)
Provenance
The Joshua Gosselin Collection of Topographical Watercolours; Phillips, London, 5 November 1999, lot 29, ('Landguard Fort') and lot 77 ('Joshua Gosselin Jnr., The Archbishop's Hall, Canterbury, sold with a view of the Chapel of Maudlin Hospital, Colchester, Essex').
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