A DRAWING ROOM AT ST. JAMES PALACE IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA.

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Jerry Barrett

Artist's Biography

A Drawing Room at St. James Palace in the Reign of Queen Victoria.

Line, stipple and mezzotint engraving. 1869
Image 23 x 41" ((68 x 114 cm) plus margins.
Fair to good condition. Some water stains in the outer margins. Overall toning.
LOCATION: New York City

Inventory Number: 81525
Price: $1,000.00
Publisher : Published by William Lucas & Co., London.
Engraved by Frederick Stacpoole. According to a key sheet found on the British Museum website, there are 53 identifiable personages. The Marchioness of Carmarthon kneels before Queen Victoria. Albert, Prince Consort, and Prince Edward are to the right of the queen.This impression is a proof before title. Painter, engraver and publisher are identified in the base margin. 18th-19th Century Subjects , Historical