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A British Camp


RCIN 914728

Thomas Sandby, who was draughtsman to the Duke of Cumberland from 1746, was with the British army in Flanders in 1747 – 8 and made a number of meticulous drawings of the army camps. The army was based at Eindhoven on 5 July 1748 when Sandby signed and dated this work. Perhaps acquired by George IV Cat. 49

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