'The White Drawing-Room at Buckingham Palace', c1899, (1901)

The White Drawing-Room at Buckingham Palace', c1899, (1901). John Nash (1752-1835) reserved one of his most original ceiling designs for the White Drawing Room, ebony-veneered cabinets with gilt-bronze mounts are built into the wall beneath tall mirrors, one of them contains a concealed door. From V.R.I., Her Life and Empire, by The Marquis of Lorne, K.T. [Harmsworth Bros Ltd., London, 1901] Artist: HN King. (Photo by The Print Collector/Getty Images)
The White Drawing-Room at Buckingham Palace', c1899, (1901). John Nash (1752-1835) reserved one of his most original ceiling designs for the White Drawing Room, ebony-veneered cabinets with gilt-bronze mounts are built into the wall beneath tall mirrors, one of them contains a concealed door. From V.R.I., Her Life and Empire, by The Marquis of Lorne, K.T. [Harmsworth Bros Ltd., London, 1901] Artist: HN King. (Photo by The Print Collector/Getty Images)
'The White Drawing-Room at Buckingham Palace', c1899, (1901)
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Credit:
Print Collector / Contributor
Editorial #:
507134718
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
01 January, 1901
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Source:
Hulton Archive
Object name:
580036771, 2632107
Max file size:
4032 x 3240 px (34.14 x 27.43 cm) - 300 dpi - 4 MB