Design for a Char-a-banc

Made:
1850 in London

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Pen and Ink, coloured wash and carriage oils on board (black, yellow) [design for a] Wagonnette / J. Gilfoy design by Albert, Prince Consort, for the use of her majesty [Victoria] built by Hooper & Co., Haymarket, London under his royal highness's personal direction [ca1850] (NB mounted in mat with /245, /246).

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1942-47/244
Materials:
ink, oil paint, watercolour paint, wood (unidentified)
credit:
Hooper and Co. (Coachbuilders) Ltd.
status:
Permanent collection

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