Le chateau du Pardo pres de Madrid.
Lithograph, sheet 240 x 325mm. 9½ x 12¾".
The Royal Palace of El Pardo near Madrid, Spain; now owned by the Spanish state, the palace began as a hunting lodge and became an alternative residence of the kings of Spain until Alfonso XII, who died in the palace in 1885. Numbered 'T: II: Pl: 36' upper right. From 'Souvenirs pittoresques du Général Bacler d'Albe. Tome II, Campagne d'Espagne'. After Louis Albert Guislain Bacler d'Albe (1761 -1824), French soldier, cartographer and painter, and a close strategic advisor to Napoléon Bonaparte.
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