Marlborough House. The Residence of the late Queen Dowager (now the Vernon Gallery).London. c.1880 Stock Code: 64248
Attractive view of Marlborough House with visitors. Marlborough House was used as a gallery for Robert Vernon's large collection. Vernon's collection was bequeathed to the National Gallery in 1845. Published in 'Architectural Beauties of London'. Engraved by Le Pettit.
Size: 190 x 250 mm. Mounted size: 400 x 450 mm.
Steel engraving. Hand coloured in watercolour.
Very good condition.
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