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CHAPMAN, John : [WANSTEAD PARK] WANSTED-HOUSE, THE SEAT OF THE RIGHT HON.BLE THE EARL OF TYLNEY.
[London : ca.1780]. A pleasant antique print of the eighteenth-century Wanstead House, the Palladian mansion designed by Colen Campbell. Drawn and engraved by John Chapman for an unidentified late eighteenth-century publication.
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WRAY, Alfred Hughgoo, 1822-1892 : THE INFANT ORPHAN ASYLUM SNARESBROOK ESSEX.
[London : 1860 (or earlier)]. A very pleasant antique print of the imposing building south of Eagle Pond – originally built as the Infant Orphan Asylum in 1843, later becoming the Royal Wanstead School, and later still Snaresbrook Crown Court. A view from the water (with a man fishing in the foreground) engraved by J. Davies from an original study by Alfred H. Wray. Originally produced for Thomas Dugdale’s part-work survey published as “The Curiosities of Great Britain” or “England Delineated” in various formats between 1838 and 1860.
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