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Apsley House engraving N110157 Featured After the Battle - Apsley House Image

Apsley House engraving N110157

APSLEY HOUSE, Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner, London. "Apsley House". Line coloured engraving dated 1850. Originally built by Robert Adam in 1771-8, by 1830 Apsley house had been enlarged and remodelled by Benjamin Dean Wyatt to be the Duke of Wellington's main London residence. The adjacent Hyde Park Screen was built between 1822-25 by Decimus Burton. MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION

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Apsley House engraving N110159 Featured After the Battle - Apsley House Image

Apsley House engraving N110159

APSLEY HOUSE, Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner, London. "View of Piccadilly from Hyde Park Corner Turnpike" dated 1810. No 19 of Ackermann's Repository of Arts. This view shows the original red brick house of 1771-8, designed by Robert Adam. It was substantially enlarged and remodelled by the Duke of Wellington, but it retains some Adam features in the interior. MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION

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