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James Holland Versailles
James Holland, 1799–1870, British
Versailles
undated
Thomas Girtin View from Palace Terrace at St. German en Laye, The Aquaduct of Marli seen in the distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
View from Palace Terrace at St. German en Laye, The Aquaduct of Marli seen in the distance
1803
Thomas Girtin The Water Works at Marli and St. German en Laye seen in the distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
The Water Works at Marli and St. German en Laye seen in the distance
1803
unknown artist A View of the Palace of Triano towards the Flower Garden
unknown artist
A View of the Palace of Triano towards the Flower Garden
Richard Banks Harraden The Waterworks at Marli; and St. German en Laye seen in the distance
Richard Banks Harraden, 1778–1862, British
The Waterworks at Marli; and St. German en Laye seen in the distance
1803
Thomas Girtin View of the Waterworks at Marly, and St. Germain-en-Laye seen in the distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
View of the Waterworks at Marly, and St. Germain-en-Laye seen in the distance
1802
Thomas Girtin View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye; The Aquaduct of Marli, seen in the distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye; The Aquaduct of Marli, seen in the distance
1802
Thomas Girtin View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye; The Aquaduct of Marli, seen in the distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye; The Aquaduct of Marli, seen in the distance
1803
Thomas Girtin View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye: The Aqueduct of Marli seen in the distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye: The Aqueduct of Marli seen in the distance
1803
John Tinney A View of the Chapel of the Palace of Versailles
John Tinney, died 1761, British
A View of the Chapel of the Palace of Versailles
Thomas Shotter Boys Mantes
follower of Thomas Shotter Boys, 1803–1874, British
Mantes
undated
Thomas Girtin The Waterworks at Marly and St. Germain-en-Laye Seen in the Distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
The Waterworks at Marly and St. Germain-en-Laye Seen in the Distance
1802
Richard Banks Harraden View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye; The Aqueduct of Marli seen in the distance 1803; Plate 16 from Views in Paris, the Emanuel Volume tracing of the plate, B1981.25.2625
Richard Banks Harraden, 1778–1862, British
View from Palace Terrace at St. Germain en Laye; The Aqueduct of Marli seen in the distance 1803; Plate 16 from Views in Paris, the Emanuel Volume tracing of the plate, B1981.25.2625
1803
Richard Banks Harraden The Water Works at Marli,and St. Germain en Laye seen in the distance 1803; Plate 15 from Views in Paris, the Emanuel Volume tracing of the plate B1981.25.2624
Richard Banks Harraden, 1778–1862, British
The Water Works at Marli,and St. Germain en Laye seen in the distance 1803; Plate 15 from Views in Paris, the Emanuel Volume tracing of the plate B1981.25.2624
1803
Thomas Girtin The Waterworks at Marli; and St. Germain en Laye seen in the distance
Thomas Girtin, 1775–1802, British
The Waterworks at Marli; and St. Germain en Laye seen in the distance
1802
John Tinney A View of the Palace of Versailles towards ye Garden
John Tinney, died 1761, British
A View of the Palace of Versailles towards ye Garden
Henry Edridge Terrace at St. Germain-en-Laye
Henry Edridge, 1769–1821, British
Terrace at St. Germain-en-Laye
between 1817 and 1819
unknown artist A View of the Palace of Marli toward the little Parterre
unknown artist
A View of the Palace of Marli toward the little Parterre
unknown artist The Fountain of Domes at Versailles has it's name from 2 adjacent Temples of white Marble which are 75 feet square and 20 feet high, and curiously embellisht with trophies of War, & with a group of Boys on their Domes, all of gilt metal...
unknown artist
The Fountain of Domes at Versailles has it's name from 2 adjacent Temples of white Marble which are 75 feet square and 20 feet high, and curiously embellisht with trophies of War, & with a group of Boys on their Domes, all of gilt metal..
unknown artist A View of the Palace of Marli toward the little Parterre
unknown artist
A View of the Palace of Marli toward the little Parterre