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Royal Collection Trust/© Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014

The walk and terrace at Cranborne Lodge

Overview

Creator: Thomas Sandby (1721-1798) (artist)
Creation Date: 
dated 19 Sep 1752
Materials: 
Pencil, pen and ink, watercolour and bodycolour
Dimensions: 
44.0 x 118.0 cm
RCIN 
914636
Reference(s): 
RL 14636
O(S) 111
Acquirer: George III, King of the United Kingdom (1738-1820), when King of Great Britain (1760-1800)
Provenance: 
William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland; acquired by George III, 1765
Description:

Thomas Sandby was appointed draughtsman to William, Duke of Cumberland (brother of George II) in 1743 and served with him in Scotland, including at the Battle of Culloden. Thomas continued to work for the Duke of Cumberland when he became Ranger of Windsor Great Park. This watercolour depicts the grounds of Cranbourne Lodge, one of the Duke’s residences near Windsor.

Further details

Category: 
Unframed Drawings / Watercolours