20 September 2001
John Tinney after A. Highmore
Four Views at Hampton Court
Engravings, with extensive gouache hand-colouring in the manner of Vues d'Optique, four plates from the set of eight, fine impressions, the colours fresh and unfaded, on laid paper, published by John Bowles and Sons, and Robert Sayer, London; apparently in very good condition. (Not examined out of the frames.), in cream mounts and gilt frames
34.5 x 49.5cm (plate); 30.5 x 47.5cm (image) (4)
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The four views are: The Pavillions belonging to the Bowling Green at the end of the Terras (sic) Walk; The South Front with part of the Garden; An oblique view of the East front, with part of the Garden; and The Diagonal Walk, Fountain, and Canal.
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