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View from the Island. Signed in pencil.
Seat of Henry Portman, Esq.
The college from the playing fields, with inset of the Cricket Ground.
View of the school from the close.
Panoramic view of the castle and surrounding fields at harvest.
Aerial view of the castle and grounds.
View from the north transept.
View of the Castle and town from Clever. After Joseph Farington.
Britons (Aborigines of England). Couple armed, tattooed and painted with woad.
Interior of the Ball Room.
View of the Palace from the Thames. After Joseph Farington.
Pump and Hall steps in the South Cloisters and Sheep’s Bridge. Signed in pencil.
View of the palace from the bank of the Thames. AfterJoseph Farington.
North east view of the city.
Cloisters with Lupton’s Tower.
View of the school from a distance, with the river in the foreground. After Joseph Farington.
Poet’s Walk and the Fifteen-Arch Bridge.
Chapel view of the interior. Signed in pencil.
Scene near Eton College in the Playing Fields.
View from the Northampton Road.
View from the Quadrangle.
Dr. Fisher’s Apartments.
View from over the river Avon. After JMW Turner.
The Stable Yard.
View of the gardens and gothic manor house.
Great Britain. Flags, crests, badges, crowns, coronets and Arms. Key available.
Seat of the Earl of Lindsey.
Creeton, Bytham, Lincolnshire. Aerial view of the estate and racecourse.
View from the environs of the city and St John the Baptist. After Joseph Farington.
Entrance to the playing fields.
School exterior and fourth-form room interior.
Queen’s State Bedchamber with the ceiling by Verrio of Diana and Endymion, and Diana and Jupiter by John Rigaud.
Choir of St George’s Chapel.
Panorama from over the River Glynne. After Joseph Farington.
Plan of the gardens and surrounding woodland.
View of Eton College from the Playing Fields.
View from the Thames. Signed in pencil.
View of Eton Street.
Interior of the Kitchen.
View of the Headmaster’s House.
View of the towns either side of the Thames. After John Farington.
Showing the barn, malthouse, and keeper’s lodge.
Bird’s eye view based on the inset of John Speed’s map of Wiltshire.With key in Latin.
Panoramic view from Christ’s Church to Merton Hall. With key.
The Old House from the Master’s garden.
120 badges and caps of the Public Schools. After Alfred Lambert.
Eaton Hall near Chester. The Seat of the Hon. Sir Thomas Grosvenor, Baronett.
View from the Brocas.
West end view.
Sheep’s Bridge and the Sixth Form Bench.
Aerial view of the castle and grounds with key. This extraordinary perspective represents a hallmark of Hollar’s imaginative technique.
View from the Avon.
View from the environs of the village and the Thames. After John Farington.
View of the Southern Schools & Dormitories from the Playground.
View from Barnes Bridge.
View from the environs of the village, Thames and Hardwicke House. After John Farington.
Queen Ann’s bed in what was Charles II’s dining room before the alteration of Brick Court. After Charles Wild.
View from the west over the Thames.
Showing the Foal field race, park, and distant towns.
Knighthood: Order of the Garter – collar, star and garter, and the insignia of 16 Noble Orders.
From the East. Aerial View.
Elevation of North prospect.
View from the Sixth Form Bench.
View of the city from the south-east.
Interior of a School Room.
Arms of the Prince of Wales, Duke of York and Duke of Clarence.
Panoramic view from Coopers Hill. After Joseph Farington.
View from the Derwent.
Four views of the Sixth School, the Island, the Chapel and trees.
View from the Square.
Double Prospect: Panoramas of Oxford from the south near Abingdon Road and from the east near London Road. With key in English and Latin.
View from the west.
Seat of the Hon. Sir John Pakington, Barronet.
North east view from the playing fields.
The Seat of Prince John, Duke of Newcastle. One of the most famous mansions of its time, it fell into disrepair and is a ruin today.
View of the school and chapel.
View of Holy Trinity from the Avon.
View of the School looking up the River.
“Head” Rev. Edmond Warre. SPY.
Interior view of hall.
Panoramic view of Oxford from the environs. After John Farington.
The Grammar school with inset of doorway.
View from the bridge.
Old Guard Chamber in Round Tower: Interior view with figures.
Panoramic view from Folly Bridge to Port Meadow: With key.
View of the town and Thames from Nuneham Park. After John Farington.
Lupton Chapel and the window in the Brewhouse Yard. Signed in pencil.
South West Prospect of the Town.
Knighthood: Order of the Bath – collar, star and badges, and the insignia of 16 Noble Orders.
The Green Closet, located on the first floor at the north-western corner of the house, overlooking the garden. According to Pyne, the lacquer panelling here was ‘original japan’ rather than an imitation produced by Princess Elizabeth. The cabinet and chairs were made of Indian cane and the porcelain vases on the top of the cupboards and cabinet are probably all of Far Eastern origin. This room may have housed some of the imperial gifts presented to George III by the Emperor Qianlong in 1793. These included porcelain, jade, red lacquer caskets, carved lacquer panels and silk. In the course of his visit to Frogmore in 1797, Joseph Farington noted ‘some presents from the Emperor of China’.
View of the Chapel from Brewhouse Yard. Signed in pencil.
View of Windsor bridge looking towards the castle. After Joseph Farington.