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Villa at Grove Hill, Camberwell, in Surrey
Landscape view of the house and gardens belonging to John Coakley Lettsom, seen from the north. A gardener working with a broom and wheelbarrow appears in the foreground. Plate 3 [not numbered] in the monograph Grove-Hill: an horticultural sketch [by John Coakley Lettsom] (London, 1794). The printed description notes that the main building is decorated "with three emblematic figures in alto relief, cast in artificial stone, representing Liberality on the east end of the house, and Plenty on the west; the centre exhibit Flora..." The plate is inscribed: "Samuel Delint. Darton & Harvey dir. A North View of a Villa at GROVE HILL, CAMBERWELL, SURRY, belonging to I.C. Lettson, M:D. Published as the Act directs July 1 1793 by I:Edwards, Betchworth Surry." John Coakley Lettsom (1744-1815) was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1773.
Original: engraving. 1793
- Image ref: RS-10110
- The Royal Society