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'A View of the Palace from the North Side of the Lake...'

'A View of the Palace from the North Side of the Lake...'. © RBG KEW

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Engraving on paper, 'A View of the Palace from the North Side of the Lake, the Green House & the Temple of Arethusa, in the Royal Gardens at Kew'. The print features the Palace, also known as 'The White House', home of King George III; also visible in the distance is the Orangery. The Swan Boat was made on the occasion of the Prince of Wales's 17th birthday in 1755. Designed by John Rich, the manager of Covent Garden, its neck and head reached 18 feet, and the boat could hold 10 people.

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Media ID 654521

Date: 3rd December 2007

Author: Woollett, William (1735-1785)

Filename: ILL_TEM_Aru_Swa_060622pl01.jpg

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Keywords:  1738-1820  18th century  animal  architecture  bird  george iii  historic kew  history  king of great britain  landscape  orangery  printing  royal botanic gardens kew  royal family  royalty  temple of arethusa


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