A General Prospect of Vaux Hall Gardens, shewing at one View the disposition of the whole Gardens.
Copper engraving. 290 x 410mm, 11½ x 16". Repaired tear just entering plate but not image.
An elevated view of the pleasure gardens at Vauxhall as it was in the 1750s. On the left is the Chinese pavillion, and Roubiliac's famous statue of Handel is on the right. Probably published in an edition of Stowes Survey.
Not in Longford; for the statue of Handel see ref. 17181.
[Ref: 19587] £220.00