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Mount Pleasant

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A watercolour showing a view of Mount Pleasant. After an etching by Amelia Noel, RCIN 816849.i. A tavern is shown in the foreground to the right. A horse and carriage is shown outside the inn, with figures walking along the path to the door. A man is shown resting on a hill to the left, surrounded by livestock. Fields and villages are shown in the background.
Inscribed below: Mount Pleasant.
Amelia Noel was a drawing mistress to the daughters of George III. Noel made a series of topographical etchings in the late 1790's, presenting a set to Princess Sophia's elder sister, Princess Elizabeth.
Descriptive Medium: 'Pen and ink over watercolour', 'watercolour, pen and ink'
Additional Makers: After Noel, Amelia (fl.1795-1804) (etcher)

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Mount Pleasant, Tonbridge Wells, Kent, England