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Designs for the Pavilion at Brighton: Design for an Orangerie. 1806

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Description

A watercolour showing the Orangerie with a flap to show it with and without glass according to the season. A ground plan is below. The accompanying text reads: 'Design for an Orangerie, the frame and Glass removed in Summer it forms a Chiosk.'

This drawing is part of Repton's Red Book for Brighton Pavilion (970493) submitted to George, Prince of Wales (later George IV) in 1806.

Descriptive Medium: 'Watercolour over pencil', 'pencil', 'watercolour painting'

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Location

Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex, England

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