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St James's Park and the Mall

c. 1745

RCIN 405954

This is a telling image of Enlightenment London – a place where princes walk in public parks and where people of all races, ranks and religions rub shoulders. This masterpiece of gently satirical people-watching was once thought to be by Hogarth but now lacks an attribution. Acquired by George IV Cat. 251

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