Pair of Paintings: 'View of Chiswick Gardens from the patte d'oie', (62.
Pair of paintings of Chiswick Gardens by Pieter Andreas Rysbrack, 1728
© Chiswick House
- Oil on canvas
- Art Fund grant:
- £18,400 ( Total: £92,925)
- Acquired in:
9 x 106.8cm). 'View of Chiswick Gardens from the South of the Upper River', (61 x 106.8cm).
Believed to have been painted for Lady Elizabeth Boyle; by descent in the Bedingfeld family, Oxburgh Hall, Norfolk until 1952; Hugh Leggatt; Lady De Wichfeld.
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