Nash, Joseph (illus).
[London]. [Thomas McLean]. [ 1848.].
TWO color lithographs, approx 13 x 18 1/2 inches adhered to stiff board 19 1/2 x 24 1/2 inches. Light soiling and toning and scattered foxing to boards, creasing to board corners, waterstain visible at lower right corners (well outside image area). Some marks faintly visible on prints, but the rich colors make imperfections difficult to see. Would display very well. Two richly colored plates after Joseph Nash watercolors from the volume "Views of the Interior and Exterior of Windsor Castle", published in 1848. "Throne Room" shows Queen Victoria conferring the Order of the Garter on King Louis Philippe of France in 1844, while "St. George's Hall" shows a banquet held that same year. Nash was commissioned by Victoria and Albert to record the visits of the monarchs of France and Russia. There was a later publication (1852) of this work illustrated with black and white lithographs. Item #56319