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CHARLES WILD (1781-1835)

The Rose Satin Drawing Room, Carlton House (looking North)

circa 1817

RCIN 922180

This room was hung with a selection of the Prince Regent’s Dutch and Flemish paintings, including Rubens’s Self-Portrait, to the left of the mirror. On the mantelpiece stands the Chinese Drummer Boy Clock, which was transferred to Brighton Pavilion shortly after this view was painted.

Acquired by George IV

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