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Paintings from the Rose Satin Drawing Room at Carlton House

These three paintings were hung together as a group in the Rose Satin Drawing Room at Carlton House. Each is painted with the same care for detail which George enjoyed. Although the three works are by different artists and were acquired separately, by hanging them together George created a visual symmetry and an overall narrative of a hunting day, from setting out in the morning to stopping for evening refreshment.

Purchased in 1810, 1817 and 1811 respectively

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