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Attributed to Joli, Antonio (Italian painter, ca.1700-1777) , A View from Richmond Hill Looking South-West

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Title A View from Richmond Hill Looking South-West
Collection Orleans House Gallery, London
Artist Attributed to Joli, Antonio (Italian painter, ca.1700-1777)
Date Earliest about 1750
Date Latest about 1750
Description This is one of a series of views of the locale by Joli, later engraved by Vivares. On the Middlesex bank can be seen Marble Hill House, designed by Roger Morris and Lord Herbert; to the immediate left is Orleans House, designed by John James and then occupied by Governor Morton Pitt.
Current Accession Number LDORL:00158
Subject landscape (Richmond Hill)
Measurements 63 x 121 cm (estimate)
Material oil on canvas
Acquisition Details Bequeathed by Mrs Nellie Ionides 1962.
Notes Note in the accession file; 'painted between 1729 (building of Marble Hill - visible on Middlesex bank) and 1749 when engraving based on picture by Vivares published'. The official date of production given in the current catalogue, is 'c. 1750'. The bequest of the Hon. Mrs Nellie Ionides forms the foundation of the Orleans House collection; by the time of her death in 1962 she had amassed nearly 500 oil paintings, drawings, watercolours and prints, as well as an important collection of Oriental porcelain, bequeathed to the Victoria and Albert Museum. Perhaps even more importantly, she bequeathed Orleans House, acquired in 1926, to the Borough of Richmond, to house her collection. (NB The painting is currently on extended loan to Marble Hill House, Twickenham.)
Rights Owner Orleans House Gallery/London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames
Author Malcolm Barclay
 

 

 

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