Stadium, Cremorne House, Chelsea.
Hand coloured lithograph on india laid paper, india 135 x 170mm. 5¼ x 6¾". Rare
A view in Cremorne Gardens, Chelsea, named after Thomas Dawson, Lord Cremorne, and the site of his former residence. In the early part of the 19th century, Lord Cremorne's mansion, known as Chelsea Farm, was often visited by George III, Queen Charlotte, and the Prince of Wales. The natural beauty of the situation led to the grounds being opened to the public as the ‘Stadium’.
See Longford: 354.
[Ref: 18209] £120.00