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King George III taking the waters at Cheltenham. Coloured aquatint by J.C. Stadler after C. Rosenberg, 1812.

Rosenberg, Charles, the elder, active 18th/19th century.
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[1812]

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Description

King George III, holding a stick, stands in a pavilion at Cheltenham holding a glass of Cheltenham Spa water. In the shadow to left is a serving woman. The Union flag flies on the pavilion roof

Lettering

His Majesty at Cheltenham Spa, being his last likeness drawn. ...

Publication/Creation

[London] : [Colnaghi & Co.], [1812]

Physical description

1 print : aquatint, with watercolour ; sheet 28.2 x 24.6 cm

Publications note

F. O'Donoghue, Catalogue of engraved British portraits ... in the British Museum, vol. II, 1910, p.306, no. 107

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 23324i

Language

  • English


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