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Repton Revived at Garden Museum [London]

Designs for the Pavilion at Brighton: 'The General View from the Pavillon'
Designs for the Pavilion at Brighton: 'The General View from the Pavillon' ©

The Garden Museum in London is staging an exhibition on the subject of the garden designer Humphry Repton (1752–1818), whose work included commissions for George, Prince of Wales (later George IV), at Carlton House and Brighton Pavilion. Repton was famous for his 'Red Books' of designs for his potential patrons and this exhibition will bring together several 'Red Books' for various projects. The Royal Collection will lend Repton's original 'Red Book' for Brighton Pavilion. 

Rooms and locations with objects on display

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