London, South Kensington
8 October 2013
Frederick Nash, O.W.S. (1782-1856)
The Mansion House from Poultry looking down Cheapside towards St-Mary-le-Bow with the Lord Mayor's coach in the foreground
pencil and watercolour with touches of bodycolour
31 x 25½ in. (78.8 x 64.8 cm.)
with Thos. Agnew & Sons Ltd., London.
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