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Jean Baptiste Claude Chatelain (1710-71)

A Prospect of the Royal House at Richmond c.1740

RCIN 703015.a

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This impression of Richmond Lodge, Queen Caroline’s country retreat, shows the building’s unusual façade with its triangular pediment flanked by circular windows, overlooking a large lawn occupied by courtiers and gardeners. Owing to its pleasant location, Caroline developed a particular affection for the lodge and gardens at Richmond. In the Royal Collection by c.1900 Cat. 26