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View of a mock-Tudor house c. 1871c. 1881


c. 1871 - c. 1881


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A watercolour showing a view of a mock Tudor house. A path is shown in the lower foreground, with a front elevation of the house shown behind to the right. Loose sketches of trees and bushes are shown to the left, with the artist's signature to the lower right.
Inscribed lower right: George Devey Architect
George Devey was a British architect who specialised in combining materials and styles of different eras to create an artificial impression of the building's age. Devey was employed by Princess Louise to enlarge and modernize Macharioch House, Kintyre, in 1871.
Descriptive Medium: 'Pencil, watercolour and bodycolour', 'pencil, watercolour, bodycolour (touches of)'

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Hammerfield, Penshurst, Kent, England