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Product images of Pleasure garden at Grove Hill, Camberwell, in Surrey
Product details Pleasure garden at Grove Hill, Camberwell, in Surrey
Pleasure garden at Grove Hill, Camberwell, in Surrey
Landscape view of the pleasure garden, waterway and fountain near the house belonging to John Coakley Lettsom. The scene has a small pleasure boat on the water. Plate 4 [not numbered] in the monograph Grove-Hill: an horticultural sketch [by John Coakley Lettsom] (London, 1794). The accompanying printed text notes that "This garden from whence the annexed fourth view is taken, is an oblong square of about an acre, situated behind the dwelling house..." The plate is not inscribed. John Coakley Lettsom (1744-1815) was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1773.
Original: engraving. 1793
- Image ref: RS-10111
- The Royal Society