The Orangery, RBG Kew

The Orangery, RBG Kew. © RBG Kew

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The Orangery, RBG Kew. Lithograph after a drawing by G.E. Papendick, printed by C. Hallmandel, c. 1840.

Copyright © RBG Kew

Media ID 11612900

Date: 23rd February 2016

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Owner URL: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.org

Filename: ORA_CD-01_IMG0079.tiff

Image Size: 4724 x 3150 Pixels

Filesize is 4.32MB (Original 42.60MB)

Associated Categories: History

Keywords:  buildings  kew  lithograph  orangery  panpendick  rbg

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