An imposing cedar tree set within the grounds of Addington palace

H.W Burgess

An imposing cedar tree set within the grounds of Addington palace
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 29cm x 22cm

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One of a series of twelve watercolour and pencil drawings of the palaces of Fulham, Lambeth and Addington, by H.W. Burgess 1833. Executed and bound together for William Howley, Archbishop of Canterbury. H.W Burgess was landscape painter to William IV. The drawings are bound up in one volume as a large folio constructed of Moroccan gilt.
This watercolour illustrates an imposing cedar tree set within the grounds of Addington palace.

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