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Joseph Nash (1809-78)

The Grand Corridor, Windsor Castle dated 1846

Watercolour and bodycolour over pencil | 33.0 x 41.5 cm (sheet of paper) | RCIN 919781

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The Grand Corridor at Windsor was built for Victoria’s uncle, George IV, to display magnificent paintings, sculptures and furniture. Figures probably intended to be Queen Victoria and her second daughter, Princess Alice, are here seen just walking into view, illustrating the dual nature of the castle as both a royal residence and a family home.