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GEORGE ARTHUR FRIPP (1813-96)

Penrhyn Castle, view from the Queen's window

dated 1860

RCIN 920250

The Queen praised the view from her window at Penrhyn Castle, where the royal family stayed for a few days in October 1859, as ‘splendid’. George Fripp, a Bristol artist, was commissioned to record the landscape in a watercolour for the Queen’s Souvenir Album. 

Commissioned by Queen Victoria for her Souvenir Album

No. 296


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